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We offer the most reliable and accurate notary and apostile services in San Bernardino County and The High Desert. Your documents are guaranteed to be properly notarized at any time and place convenient for you.  Notarization gives assurance that the signor of a document has provided valid photo ID to a reliable notary. We check ID vigilantly prior to any notarization, make the appropriate logbook entries and always affix a stamp or seal for confirmation.  
We are ready to assist with you with quick, professional and reliable services.
We are available 24 hours 7 days a week

​WE ARE NOT YOUR AVERAGE NOTARY SERVICE​​

Mobile Notary

Legal Document Signing

Mortage Loan Document Signings

  Time is money. Our Notary service can travel to your remote location or to the home of someone that has difficulty with mobility. 

Airports (ONT,LAX)
Assisted Living Facilities
Doctor Offices
Hospitals and Nursing Homes
Hotels
Jails and Detention Centers
Law Offices
Restaurant or Coffee Shop
Your Home or Office
Our Office
  

 While we cannot give you legal advice nor can we tell you what paper you need we can notarize the following:  ​​
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Legal Document Signings
Consent Letters for Minor Child to Travel
Jurats or Acknowledgements
DMV Documents
Domestic Partnership Agreements
Financial Documents
Grant Deeds
Health Care Documents
Passport and Visa Authentications
Personal Legal Documents
  Powers of Attorney
Pre Nuptial Agreements
Wills and Trusts
    
As a NNA certified Notary Signing Agent. Title companies and signing services trust me with their clients here is a list of some documents.
    
Commercial real estate loans
Corporate titles, escrows, banks or lawyers
First and second/piggyback loans
 Mortgages
Refinances
Home equity line of credit
Loan for home purchases
Reverse mortgages
VA

  

Apostile, Authentications and Legalizations

Process Server

Process servers are needed in an assortment of tasks such as filing court papers, serving legal documents, and document retrieval. Their principal job is to deliver or “serve” legal documents to a defendant or person involved in a court case. After serving any legal documents, process servers have to deliver actual evidence that the legal papers were served. 
I am bonded in San Bernadino County and can serve papers to any of the service cities we have listed.

When you mail documents to a foreign government, they require proof of certification of notarized documents. The certificate confirms the authenticity of the notary’s submission to the foreign government. In countries not members of The Hague Convention, will require additional processing documents. Please contact me for more details. Apostiles may be used for the following applications.
  
Birth certificates
Bylaws
Certificates of non-marital status
Corporate documents
Deeds of assignments
Funeral Home and Overseas Burials
Marriage licenses
Papers for adoptions
Powers of attorney
References and job certifications
School records
Trademarks
  

Marriage Officiant 

Mobile weddings? In the rare occasion you need to get married and your partner is the the hospital or incarcerated we can help. It does require a 2 step process for an Affidavit of Inability to Appear and Request For Issuance of a Marriage License. However, you can be married in as little as 2 days as long as you have all the paperwork required to apply with the San Bernardino County Recorder. Please visit their site for their requirements. Feel free to call us for more information.
https://www.sbcounty.gov/ARC/Main/RecorderClerk/MarriageInformation.aspx
Here are some tips to make the notarization process smoother
  
  
  • If possible, have all signers present. (We can come back to notarize documents for the person who was not able to be present)
  • Have all document(s) that you wish to have notarized completely filled out.
  • Please do not sign the document(s) until the notary public is present.
  • Bring current picture ID for each signer that has been issued within the last five years. This can include state issued ID such as a drivers license or identification cards, identification card issued by any branch of the armed forces of the United States, a passport issued by the United States, or an inmate identification card.
  • If you do not have proper ID, you may have two witnesses present. These witnesses must personally know you and have valid identification as listed above.