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Frequently Asked Questions
Notarization is the process whereby a Notary certifies a document. It is done so after a notary public has verified the signer and the document is completed. Sometimes attaching a notarial certificate to the document may be required. The notarial certificate contains statements of fact or law in relation to the document being certified.
A signing agent is a public notary who has taking an additional course and certification for loan closing documents. A lender, title company, or escrow service may hire a signing agent to handle getting documents delivered, signed, or processed efficiently and on time. Mobile Notary Public & Apostille San Diego have certified notary signing agent.
Yes, although we are able to accommodate last minute emergency services that can be done within the hour. It is preferable to book an appointment in advance in order to ensure a notary will be available to see you
One of the Notary’s fundamental duties is to properly identify his or her client. This requirement is laid down by our practice rules and legislation. Please have a valid for of identification.
This will depend on the location and quantity of the documents being notarized. Our notaries will be happy to discuss this with you prior to your appointment (Please note it will often be necessary to see the document(s) in advance in order to provide an accurate fee quote).
We come to you, as we are a mobile service. We service all of San Diego County including jails (detention centers), hospitals, nursing homes, office, or your home.
Public Notary San Diego offers a wide selection of notrial services. We notarize these documents:
  • Power of Attorney
  • Loan documents
  • Trusts
  • Estate planning documents
  • Litigation and court documents
  • Prenuptial agreements
  • Deeds
We accept payments of cash, Venmo, PayPal, and Zelle. 
Schedule Appointment Here, after finishing you will receive an email confirming that your appointment has been set in our system. You may need to check your Spam folder. If it is not there, then you may need to make another appointment.
No, if proper identification is present, along with the necessary filled-out documents needed to be notarized, we may not deny services. However, if there is not a present identification, or completly filled out documents, we may deny services.
By law it is required to complete the documents at the time of notarization. It stops fraud because another person can alter the document in an unfavorable way that the signer did not intend to sign.