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A notary public is a trusted professional, commissioned by the California Secretary of State.
Examples of Documents that may require notarization are:
- ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: $15 per signature
- JURAT: $15 per person for the oath or affirmation and certificate
- DEPOSITIONS: $30 for all deposition services, not including $5 for oath and $5 for certificate
- POWER OF ATTORNEY: $15 for each notarized signature
- REAL ESTATE: New Loans, Refinance, Modifications, and Title Changes, fees to be arranged.
- APOSTILLES: $150.00, 2 day service
- FOREIGN PASSPORT RENEWAL: fees to be arranged
We are available to travel to the following cities:
Livermore, Pleasanton, San Ramon, Dublin, Danville, Niles Canyon, Sunol.
A signing agent is a trusted professional, a state-commissioned notary public, who has been trained in the signing of real estate documents.
I am Fidelity approved and carry $100,000.00 errors and omission insurance.
- New Home Loans
- Property Transfers
- Reverse Mortgages
Courier services to the Alameda Superior Courthouses in Alameda County,
Documents to foreign countries notarized and Apostille services to Sacramento Secretary of State office available.
Notarizations at Santa Rita Jail are subject to processes and schedules at Santa Rita County Jail.
Examples of forms that may require notarization are:
- Inability to Appear Affidavit
- Vehicle, Property Release
- Power of Attorney
- Consent for Minor Child to Travel
- Consent for Release of Information
- Consent to Apply for US passport for a minor under age 16
$15.00 per signature + mobile fee.
The Three Steps to Notarization
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Renness will confirm the fees for notarization and for mobile fees, if applicable, time, and location of your signing.
We will arrive a few minutes before your scheduled appointment.
Please be sure to bring identification to your appointment (see list below)
Forms of I.D.
The State of California only allows for the below listed
forms of identification to be used when notarizing a document.
You Must Present a Valid I.D. at the time of Notarization
Each signer must personally appear before the Notary Public at the time of notarization.
If you DO NOT have one of the required forms of identification, please call and we will review identification options with you.
California has approved the following I.D. options
Why I need to give a fingerprint
Signers can be taken off guard when asked to give a fingerprint in a Notaries Journal, and with the laws in California having expanded the requirements of fingerprinting in 2013, this is becoming more and more likely a request a Signer can expect to run into.
A fingerprint is the most effective form of identification. It protects the signer from fraud and is an important step in assuring your documents will be upheld if challenged in court.
California law states that a fingerprint is required in a Notary Journal for the following documents:
- Power of Attorney
- Any deed or document affecting real property
Please let us know if you have any further questions regarding fingerprinting and its use in a Notary Journal. We will be glad to talk with you.
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