Contact us

Contact us now
(323)905-2669

Mobile Notary Services in Los Angeles

mobile notary services in los angeles

Mobile Notary Services in Los Angeles County by appointment, 24/7.

Los Angeles Mobile Notary Now provides convenient, professional, and expedient mobile Notary services throughout Los Angeles County. We come to you, whether that be at a: business, home, apartment, hospital, jail, coffee shop, or park. You set the location, and we travel to provide the utmost convenience of notarization at your desired location and time. We ensure convenient notarization that meet all your needs and your busy schedule. Our mobile notaries will arrive on-time, well-prepared, and complete the notarization quickly, professionally, and accurately. We guarantee our services: accuracy, quality, and personable notaries every appointment, and every client.

Have special requests or needs? We love to go above and beyond for our clients, ask us how we can assist. Feel confident that Los Angeles Mobile Notary Service Now will do our best to accommodate all extraordinary requests and circumstances to get the notarizing completed in a smooth and quick manner.

Still have questions about our mobile Notary services we offer in Los Angeles County? Have questions about whether a document can be notarized in California? Please contact us, browse our FAQ and Notary Public blog, and we would be glad to assist you with your inquiries. If we are unable to answer your questions, because they require legal advice, we will advise you to contact a lawyer before proceeding with notarization.

Mobile Notary Services Documents

We notarize:

  • Power of attorney
  • Loan documents
  • Trust documents
  • Estate planning documentation
  • Court and litigation documents
  • Prenuptial agreements/marital settlement
  • Deeds
  • Any documents that meet the notarization requirements

We do NOT notarize:

  • I-9 or immigration documents
  • Photographs
  • Blank pages or incomplete documents
  • Documents that do not have a spot for signature
  • Documents for which the client cannot indicate what type of notarization they want, and it is not clear from the documents content.