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MY NOTARY SERVICE has been providing Notary Public Service since 2005.
My many years experience enables me to assist you quickly. I take the time to ensure that your notary work will be completed correctly the first time
I am familiar with many types of documents and specialize in real estate transactions.
I am appoved as an outside notary with many title companies.
I am available to travel to most areas of Santa Clara County for your notary needs. As a mobile service, I am available on short notice, most days.
I will come to you, or you can come to me, to entact your business in a private, stress-free environement .
Notarization of your documents. All types including, but not limited to Real Estate Documents, Trusts, Affidavits, Powers of Attorney, Loans, Refi or Purchase Closings, Deeds, Advanced Health Care Directives, etc.
A California notary public can establish a signer’s identity using the following forms of identification. Keep in mind these forms of identification must either be current, or have been issued within the past 5 years:
A California notary public may also rely on any one of the following forms of identification. These forms of ID must include a photograph, description of the person, signature of the person, and an identifying number:
When notarizing a signature on a document, a notary public must be able to communicate
with the customer in order for the signer either to swear to or affrm the contents of the affdavit
or to acknowledge the execution of the document. An interpreter should not be used, as vital
information could be lost in the translation. If a notary public is unable to communicate with
a customer, the customer should be referred to a notary public who speaks the customer’s
A notary public can notarize a signature on a document in a foreign language with which
the notary public is not familiar, since a notary public’s function only relates to the signature
and not the contents of the document. The notary public should be able to identify the type
of document being notarized for entry in the notary public’s journal. If unable to identify the
type of document, the notary public must make an entry to that effect in the journal (e.g., “a
document in a foreign language”). The notary public should be mindful of the completeness
of the document and must not notarize the signature on the document if the document appears
to be incomplete.