You never know when you will need the services of a Notary Public. When you do, Brake Mobile Notary Services is ready to serve all your notary and signing needs. Where you are and when you need them.
When will you need a Notary Public?
Here are a few of the most common documents that require notarization in the State of California.
Brake Mobile Notary Services provides all services promptly and efficiently with the highest degree of confidentiality.
As a CA Commissioned Notary Public professional located in the State of California, it is my honor and privilege to extend Brake Mobile Notary services to individuals and businesses in the Greater Los Angeles area and select parts of Ventura County.
Being a full-service Notary Public provider, we have undergone the necessary and advanced training and education to adeptly handle all your requirements with precision and accuracy. Our areas of speciality includes, Estate Planning (Trust Delivery), Apostille Services, Residential and Commercial Loan Signings as well as Reverse Mortgages.
Our commitment to promptness, professionalism, and reliability ensures that we are prepared to travel to your office, home, or any convenient location to handle all your notarial, trust delivery, loan signing, and/or apostille service needs. Your convenience and satisfaction are of utmost importance to us, and we are dedicated to providing you with exceptional service.
Brake Mobile Notary highly values our customers, and we take great pride in providing professional and error-free service. You can be confident that our commitment to excellence ensures 100% satisfaction for all the work we handle, treated with the utmost confidentiality. Your trust in our services means everything to us, and we are dedicated to meeting and exceeding your expectations in every aspect of our work.
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Mobile Notary, Trust Delivery, Apostille & Loan Signing Services
Brake Mobile Notary Services is ready to help you achieve your goals and navigate any challenges that may arise during important life events. Let us be your trusted ally in ensuring that your documentation needs are met with professionalism an excellence. With our dedicated support, you can rest assured that your paperwork will be handled efficiently and accurately, giving you the peace of mind.
Brake Mobile Notary Services carefully documents each and every client meeting and interaction. These records are available for future reference, as needed.
We are NNA certified, bonded and insured and provide prompt and professional Notary, Trust Delivery, Apostille and Loan signing services at your location.
Specialty Notary Work:
Real Estate :
Whether your journey takes you abroad for business, living, working, studying, or getting married, Brake Mobile Notary is fully equipped to assist with all your international document needs. Our standard processing time is one to two weeks, ensuring that all your paperwork is taken care of in a timely manner. For those in need of faster service, we offer an expedited option, which reduces the turnaround time to approximately 2-3 business days. Whether you choose our standard or expedited option, rest assured, we are committed to making your international document processing smooth and timely, allowing you to focus on the exciting new chapter ahead.
Thanks to our extensive network of couriers across all 50 states, Brake Mobile Notary can offer you the convenience of in-person document presentation where permitted.
*Processing times can vary and depend on the type of document and country of destination.
For professional, reliable mobile notary services at your location, schedule Brake Mobile Notary Services for your next signing appointment. Receive prompt, professional service from a NNA Certified, Background Checked Notary Public, Bonded and Insured in the State of California.
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As a California Commissioned Notary Public, NNA Certified Loan Signing Agent & Apostille Services Provider, we are prepared to travel to your office, home or any other convenient location to assist you. Call 818.276.6161 to schedule an appointment.
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Mobile Notary Fees
Fee Schedule for Brake Mobile Notary Services
General Notarial Acts:
Notarial fees are regulated by California Code (Sec. 8211)
Call or text for a direct quote for these services:
Escrow, Title and Businesses can be invoiced if arrangements are made before services are rendered.
(Rates include a set of printed documents for the signing party upon request.)
For all services, discounts are available for non-profit organizations, volunteer groups and large group sessions.
Specialty Notary Work
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Schedule your appointment with Brake Mobile Notary Services today by calling: 818-276-6161.
A Notary Public is an official of integrity appointed by Secretary Of State — to serve the public as an impartial witness (duty-bound not to act in situations where they have a personal interest) in performing a variety of official fraud-deterrent acts related to the signing of important documents. These official acts are called notarizations, or notarial acts.
It is a notarial act in which a Notary certifies having positively identified a document signer who personally appeared before the Notary and admitted having signed the document freely. Shows that the acknowledging party appeared personally before the officer (e.g. Notary Public) taking the acknowledgement. Identifies the acknowledging party by name corresponding to the acknowledged document. Signed by the officer taking the acknowledgment. Sealed with officer’s official seal (if applicable). Proves the document signature’s authenticity. Essential elements of the Certificate of Acknowledgement: Entitles document to be accepted for filing and recording. In order for a notary to issue an acknowledgement, it is not necessary for the document to be signed in his or her presence. However, the signer must still appear before the notary at the time of the acknowledgement to swear he or she freely signed for the purposes stated in the document under his or her own will.
It is a notarial act in which a Notary certifies having watched the signing of a document and administered an oath or affirmation. Compelling a document signer to be truthful is the main purpose of the notarial act called a jurat. The Notary’s function in executing a jurat is to appeal to the signer’s conscience and to initiate a process that could result in a criminal conviction for perjury if the signer is found to be lying under oath. A jurat requires the wording “subscribed and sworn to” on the document just above where the Notary Public signs his or her name.
In executing a jurat, the Notary must watch the person sign the document, then have the signer make either a solemn, oral promise of truthfulness to a Supreme Being (called an oath) or a promise on one’s own personal honor (called an affirmation). The oath and affirmation have the same legal effect.
Jurats are common with documents that may be used as evidence in court proceedings, such as depositions and affidavits.
Apostille (pronounced ah-po-stee) is a French word which means a certification. In notary language, it refers to a certificate issued by the Secretary of State to authenticate and/or legalize the signature of a notary public and other public officers placed on documents that are to be sent to a foreign country. The Apostille certifies that the notary’s commission is current and the notary is
in good standing.
All IDs listed below must be current or issued within the last 5 years:
If a signer does not have a state or government issued photo ID that is not expired, then he or she will need two people as credible witnesses present who will swear to his or her identity in order to be certified. The oath of a certifying witness is satisfactory evidence for certification. Those two witnesses will have to have proper ID. Medicaid cards, social security cards, credit cards, work IDs are not valid forms of identification.
Effective January 1, 2008 per the State of California, any acknowledgement or jurat may only be executed with proper identification.
A photocopy or fax may be notarized, but only if it bears an original signature. That is, the copy must have been signed with pen and ink. A photocopied or faxed signature may never be notarized. Care should be taken to copy faxes from thermal paper to regular paper before proceeding in having a document notarized in order to avoid rejection by public recorders.
No. As a Notary Public, I am not an Attorney, I am not licensed to practice law and cannot give legal advice. For legal inquiries, please contact an Attorney or your local Bar Association.