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Notary Public Services

805 Notary Service travels to you at any location you like.  Office, Coffee House, etc.
Travel Fee is based on distance and time. 
Common Documents That Require a Notary
  • Residential & Commercial Loan Documents:  Refinance, Purchase, Seller Package, Home Equity Line Of Credit  (HELOC)

  • Real Estate Documents: Grant Deed, Quit Claim Deed, Trust Transfer Deed

  • Estate Planning Documents

  • Sales Contracts, Title Transfer Form- (DMV)

  • Durable Power of Attorney, Certified Copy of Power of Attorney

  • Prenuptial Agreement

  • Consent to International Travel with Minor Child

  • Advance Healthcare Directives

  • Financial Planning Documents

  • Annuity Documents: Trustee Certification of Investment Powers,  401k, 403k, Retirement/Pension

  • Adoption Documents

  • Sworn Statements/Affidavits

  • Debt Settlement Closings

A Notary may not notarize a document that is incomplete or contains blanks.


$15.00 Per Notarized Signature (Set Fee from the CA Secretary of State)


Traveling Fee is based on Time and Location.  (Please contact me for rates)

Waiting fee is free for the first 15 minutes, After, additional $1.00 per minute charge

Loan Signing Fees: Escrow Officers, Title Officers and Mortgage Lenders:   

Service Locations

Ventura County & Los Angeles County.

Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village, Lake Sherwood, Moorpark, Simi Valley,

Bardsdale, Somis, Newbury Park, Camarillo, Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Hidden Hills, Saratoga Hills, Cornell, Monte Nido, Malibu, Oxnard, Ventura

and more....

Rates are based upon distance and time. 

Please contact me for rates.

Proper Identification Issued Within The Past 5 Years  

  • State-issued driver's license

  • State-issued identification card

  • U.S. passport issued by the U.S. Department of State

  • U.S. military ID

  • State, county and local government IDs

  • Permanent resident card, or "green card," issued by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

  • Foreign passport

  • Driver's license officially issued in Mexico or Canada

Notaries Public are prohibited by law from rendering legal advice of any nature during or in conjunction with a Notarial Act. If you have any questions, please consult an attorney PRIOR to contacting a Notary.  You will be asked for the type of notarial act requested if it is not clear to the notary from the documents presented.


Any suspicious signings requested will be denied and documented for reporting to local authorities. 

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