La Jolla Mobile Notary serving San Diego County

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(858) 224-2519


888 Prospect Street, Ste. 200

La Jolla CA 92037

7:30AM - 8:00PM

Monday to Friday

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Mobile Notary

What Exactly Is A “Notary Public?

Notary Publics, commonly known as “notaries”, are licensed professionals who personally witness the signing of a document while positively identifying the person who signs it. The purpose of this is to ensure that there is no question about the identity of who is actually signing a document. This is usually due to the fact that documents that require notarizations are legal documents and the authenticity of the signature on the particular document(s) must be approved by someone who is trained and licensed under the state of California.

In California, Notary Publics are required to take an exam every 4 years in order to obtain and maintain their license. Every year the notary laws change, so it is important for us to keep up with these changes. Rest assured that the notaries at La Jolla Mobile Notary are fully licensed and bonded by the state of California and are up-to-date on all of the most recent laws.

So I don't have to drive anywhere?!

We want to make your day easier which is why we offer mobile notary services from our background-checked notaries. We travel
not only to homes, but to business offices, hospitals, jails, law offices, airports, courthouses,
coffee shops, and more. Let us do the traveling because you don’t have to.

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Mobile Notary Services

Mobile notary for any documents requiring a notary, Estate planning mobile nоtаrу, loan documents mobile notary, real estate transaction mobile notary, hospital mobile notary, and rehab facility mobile notary.


Don't Sign Yet!

For a Notary Public to notarize your signature, you must sign it in the physical presence of the Notary. Generally speaking, it is best to wait until the Notary tells you that you can sign, as you may need to swear an oath first, for example. The most common mistake we see is customers coming in with documents already signed. Usually, this is easily rectified. You simply sign the document again in front of the Notary. However, it is, of course, a little messy. And it may not be accepted in your particular circumstances. If you want to be sure, contact your counsel, or the organization that you are sending the document to, and ask. If possible, bring a spare copy, just in case.

Documents We Notarize

Powers of Attorney


Statutory Declarations

Copy Passports

Copy Documents

Written Statements

Application Forms

Mortgage Documents

Property Purchases

Adoption Documents

Certificates of Law

Company Documents

Powers of Attorney


Statutory Declarations

Good Standing Certificates

Certificates of Law

Certificates of Incorporation

Written Statements

Trademark Assignments

Application Forms

Ship Mortgages

Share Pledges

Property Purchases

Loan Agreements

Bills of Sale

Maritime Bills of Sale

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