Mobile Notary Public & Apostille 
San Diego

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Mobile Notary & Apostille Services in San Diego

We are San Diego's most reliable mobile notary service, with experienced agents that have been serving the county for over 10 years. 

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Our Agents Are Here For Your Needs

We provide mobile notary certification and apostille services throughout San Diego County. We strive to be the most efficient portable notary service in all of San Diego County. We cater to your schedule, and are prompt with your appointments ensuring we do not take away from your busy day. We have affordable notary services near you, as we have multiple travelling notaries on our staff that are spread out throughout the county.  

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Mobile Notary Signing Services  

Our budget-friendly mobile notary service brings convenience to your doorstep, eliminating the need for driving, parking, and waiting. We notarize various documents and more. If your document is not listed, please reach out to us via the chat below for further details.

  • Power of Attorney
  • Medical Power of Attorney
  • Affidavit
  • Mortgage Documents
  • Trust
  • Living Trust Notary
  • Irrevocable or Revocable Trust
  • Copy Certification
    • Estate Planning 
    • Warranty Deed
    • Grant Deed
    • Quitclaim Deed
    • Document Custodian
    • Litigation Paperwork
    • Advanced Healthcare Directive
    • Authorization for minor to travel
    • California Probate Code

      Other Services  

      Loan Signing  

      As certified Notary Publics in San Diego County, we specialize in offering Loan Signing services tailored to the requirements of buyers, brokers, and lenders in the San Diego area. 

      Apostille Services  

      We provide Apostille authentication and Embassy Legalization services to streamline your document process. Let us handle the hassle for you, ensuring the required sequence is followed meticulously. Count on us for top-notch apostille services in San Diego.


      Leave the printing to us at an affordable cost. Enjoy the convenience of getting everything done in one place.

      Areas We Service

      Downtown San Diego, San Diego County, Mission Valley, Mission Center, Bonita, Chula Vista, San Ysidro, Hillcrest, Parkway Plaza, San Diego County Jail, La Mesa, Torrey Pines, San Diego State University, SDSU, UCSD, University of California San Diego,  Carmel Valley, Cornado, Cornado Cays, City Heights, El Cajon, North Park, Fashion Valley, Grossmont Hospital, Grossmont Center, La Mesa, Sorrento Valley, Scripps Ranch,  Imperial Beach, Ocean Beach, Vista Jail, Santee, East Mesa Detention, La Jolla, Del Mar, National City, Kaiser La Mesa, Rady's Children Hospital, Alvarado Hospital, Scripps Mercy, Scripps Memorial, VA Hospital La Jolla, Sharp Grossmont, Las Colinas, Sharp Hospital, UCSD Thornton, Kaiser Zion Medical Center, South Bay Detention, East Mesa Detention

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