in East San DIEGO COUNTY
Traveling around San Diego County, and nearby East County communities of Santee, El Cajon, La Mesa, and Lakeside. We are able to serve La Mesa’s Grossmont Hospital, local Santee mobile home parks, Stanford Court, and other Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Centers in the east county areas.
We can even offer services to the San Diego Las Colinas Women’s Detention Facility. and finally, we offer in home and office visits too. If you are interested in scheduling Mobile Notary Services near you. Please call or text us for an appointment or quote at 619-670-1200. you can also schedule your notary online.
Walk-IN Notary Services in Santee
To avoid waiting, we ask you to schedule your In-Office notary appointment at our office Santee location. Our office is located at 9456 Cuyamaca St. #101 Santee, CA 92071.
Please call or text Ronn Hall at (619) 670-1200. or click the link below to schedule your appointment.
PREPARE FOR NOTARY
- Signers are responsible for their documents. Notaries are unable to provide documents. Please review document terms in advance. Signers should agree to documents in advance, being fully at peace with all agreements before notary.
- A Notary simply verifies identity, competency, and willingness, further affirming integrity at a document signing and providing a notarial act/certificate thereafter.
DOCUMENTS COMPLETED IN FULL
By Law, documents should be completed in full before notarization. All blanks should be filled in and accounted for. For questions about documents, seek your industry professional or an attorney for legal advice. For questions about easiest processing, contact the receiving agency.
PRESENT ACTIVE ID
All signers will have an active (not expired) government issued picture identification at notary appointment. (Bringing 2 IDs is even better!)
Forms of ID:
- Current Passport
- Current Driver’s License/State ID
- Active Military ID
- You may be able to substitute two (2) non-related witnesses who personally know the signer and have current ID. Give us a call if you need to discuss the ID requirements.
ALL SIGNERS CAN COMMUNICATE UNDERSTANDING OF DOCUMENTS
If you're planning to have a document notarized, It's your responsibility to complete the documents in advance. Sorry, by California law, a notary is not an attorney and therefore, can not give legal advice about immigration or any other legal matters. If necessary, we suggest you seek legal or professional advice from an attorney or qualified agency concerning your documents. Our responsibility is to use common sense, prudence, verify the signers identity, competency and willingness to sign.
If you need further mobile Notary services around San Diego County, Contact our partner agency SD Signings Notary Services.