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What is a Mobile Notary?

Posted by LaShon James-Major on July 7, 2014 at 7:20 PM

A notary is commisioned by the state to act as an independent witness to the signing of documents. Once the signer presents acceptable ID that is verified by the notary, the notary witnesses the signer sign the document and then puts her signature and stamp on the document.


Notaries often work at mailbox stores or other similar locations but in some cases it is more convenient or practical to have a notary travel to you. For instance, if a patient is hopsitalized and needs to appoint a power of attorney, or a business person needs work-related documents notarized at his office, or an individual is incarcerated, then for obvious reasons the person cannot leave to find a notary, or you would just prefer the luxury of a notary traveling to you rather than having to search for one. 


These are just some of the reasons you would hire a mobile notary. Mobile notaries take the stress out of getting your important documents notarized by traveling to you at a time and location that is convenient for you.


Every traveling notary sets their own travel fee but in CA the maximum we are allowed to charge per notarization is $10 per signature.


If you are in the Long Beach, Lakewood, Wilmington, Carson, or other surrounding city and are in need of a mobile notary please call LaShon James-Major, The Document Diva @ (562) 314-4319.

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