We travel to you to service your notary public needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you help me prepare a Trust or Will for my loved one?
Unfortunately, we are prohibited from completing/preparing any documents for clients. Notaries can only verify and witness the identity of the signer. Please seek assistance from an attorney or paralegal professional for those services. I will be happy to notarize the documents, once prepared!
Can you provide a Power of Attorney or Healthcare Directive for me?
No, the State of California considers that to be giving legal advice, since there are so many different POA’s available for different needs. Notaries can only verify the identity of the signer. I’m always available to notarize the documents, once prepared!
I need a Power of Attorney to perform banking transactions; what form shall I use?
I’ve come across this situation sooo many times. The best advice I can give is to contact the bank directly and ask what POA form they will accept. Many banks these days require you to use their specific POA form, due to liability issues. I hope this advice saves you a second trip!
Can you go to Tijuana to notarize a document for me?
No notary is allowed to notarize a document outside of the State of California, especially in a foreign country. There are “Notarios Publicos” in Mexico, which have powers similar to attorneys in the U.S.
Do you go to jails/detention centers/correctional facilities?
Yes, I can go to George Bailey in Otay Mesa, County Jail in Downtown San Diego, South Bay Detention Center in Chula Vista, Las Colinas Detention Center in Santee, San Diego Central Jail, and other facilities within San Diego County. There are additional fees to go to these facilities, due to time it can take to see inmate. Please call, text, email me with specific situation and how soon the documents must be completed. Please provide a copy of inmate’s ID, address of facility, and Booking Number.