Services

Chief Inspector of Election, adhering to the Davis-Sterling Act-ability to provide Receive and Count-Only, or can offer full-service including mailing out of ballots to Members in good- standing, receiving and tracking quorum, on-site electronic tabulations and holding ballots, per The Davis-Sterling Act

Wedding Officiate, will go to the location of your choice and help you write your wedding vows if you so desire, for an additional fee.

Business Inspection, provide detailed inspection of services provided, photographs of fixtures and equipment, current licensing, and store-front location, per directed

Process and Courier Service, local businesses only please

Mobile Notary Public includes the witnessing and notarization of the following types of documents:

Loan, Real Estate and Related Documents

Real Estate documents
Escrow documents
Loan documents
First mortgage
Second mortgage
Refinance
Reverse Mortgages
Loan modification
Grant Deeds
Quitclaim Deeds
Transfer of ownership and title

Vehicle and RelatedDocuments

Automotive signings
Traffic school final exam
Motor vehicle documents

Business and Related Documents

Employment documents
Promissory note
Contracts
Corporate documents
Statements
Letters
Legal documents
Financial documents

Trust and Related Documents

Deed of Trust
Trust documents
Advance Health Care Directives
Powers of Attorney (
Copy Certification by Document
Custodian

Domestic, Family and Related Documents

Adoption papers
Annulment papers
Divorce papers
Domestic Partnership
Parent’s consent to travel form Conservator ship
Copy Certification by Document Custodian

Medical and Related Documents

Medical documents
Insurance documents
Health documents

Other Documents

Acknowledgments
Authorizations
Jurats – Oaths
Jail notarizations
Political candidate documents
Visa and Passport documents

Other Legal Documents and more.
Document &  Resource Links

The following links are provided for clients convenience and to provide a resource for researching legal and related matters. I am not an
Attorney licensed to practice law in the State of California and may not give legal advice or accept fees for legal advice.

California Secretary of State – Notary Section


Durable Power of Attonery