So you have some documents you need to have notarized, but are confused by the process. Who can you turn to, to give you knowledgeable and accurate notary advice? Michael Mann Desktop Publishing is proud to offer Rosamond CA truly mobile notary services.
With more than a year of mobile notary services in Los Angeles, Michael Mann Desktop Publishing now offer Rosamond CA top quality, yet affordable mobile notary services. If you have ever used a traditional notary service, you know the hassle of travelling to and waiting upon a notary to assist you. Why not have a notary travel to you on your schedule?
Your time is valuable. In the time it takes to find, contact and sit down with a notary, why not just have them come to you. We work to make it as easy for you as it can be. Contact us today for a mobile notary appointment.
Mobile Notary Checklist
To help the visit go much smoother, make sure to have the following in order before the notary arrives:
- Documents to be notarized
- Person signing the documents
- Proper photo ID for the signer
- Proper payment
Mobile Notary Locations
Mobile notary services in the Antelope Valley (Los Angeles and Kern County):
- Quartz Hill
Available 24 hours a day, Michael Mann Desktop Publishing offers you upfront notary pricing and reliable notary services. Your time is valuable. Why travel to a notary? Hire a mobile notary to come to you!
Have a need for a notary, but not the expense of hiring one? Mobile notary retainer service is here. Contact us for pricing.
Note: I am NOT a lawyer and cannot dispense legal advice for you or your documents. If you need assistance with your documents, contact the place you got the documents from or a lawyer.
Personally appearing before a notary (person signing document) with proper identification is required. This is California Law. If you do not have proper identification, you can have two witnesses state they know you and provide their proper identification. There is no additional fee for the witnesses. Notary performed any way other than face to face is illegal in California. This includes notary via phone, Internet, email, Skype or through the mail. A notary who performs such act and fills out a notary acknowledgement, which states you appeared and you did not, has committed perjury.