Welcome to San Diego Notaries
We provide a premier San Diego Mobile Notary Experience. When you call San Diego Notaries you will be immediately directed to a San Diego notary who will assist you in getting your documents notarized. San Diego Mobile Notaries do not just service the city of San Diego, we service all of San Diego County. Need a mobile notary in National City? No Problem. Need a mobile notary in Escondido? No problem. We service these areas and everywhere in between. Here at San Diego Notaries we strive to provide you with the best mobile notary experience in San Diego. San Diego Notaries can notarize all types of documents too!
San Diego Notaries was created for individuals and local businesses to help make finding a mobile notary in San Diego fast and easy. All of our San Diego Notaries are licensed, bonded and insured within the State of California. Our Notaries are fast and efficient so that they can get the job done and leave you with plenty of time to go about the rest of your day.
We understand the importance of finding a notary in San Diego at San Diego Notaries. So we make it a point to provide you with the utmost service. We hope that your service here at San Diego notaries is a Great One. So please feel free to let us know exactly how we did. You can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks again for visiting San Diego Notaries and we hope that you come back for all your local mobile notary service needs in San Diego County.
Adoption papers, Affidavits, Apostille, Certification of Trust, Deed of Trust, Domestic Partnership Application, Grant Deed, Marital Settlement, Medical Documents, Power of Attorney, Pre-Nuptial Agreements, Quit Claim Deed, Real Estate loan packages: Residential and Commercial, Will
Do not sign your document ahead of time. A notary must witness the actual signing of the document. If you have questions about the document itself, ask a lawyer. By law, I cannot answer your questions about the document contents. I am not an attorney and, therefore, cannot give legal advice about immigration or any other legal matters.
Have your documents completed but not signed Have your California driver’s license or acceptable ID available. (See below for additional acceptable ID Provide cash, check, credit card or money order for payment of services.