(916) 436-9012 Main
cell/text (971) 570-6900
This is a partial list of
documents I regularly notarize but not limited to:
Adoption papers - Domestic and International
Advance Health Care Directives
Affidavits of all types
Birth Certificate Requests
Certificates of non-marital status
Certified copy of Power of Attorney “A certified copy of a power of attorney that has been certified by a notary public has the same force and effect as the original power of attorney.” (Probate Code section 4307)
Certificates of Authentication
Child Custody Agreements
Citizenship, Affidavit of
Copy Certification by Document Custodian
Death Certificate Requests
Deeds of Trust
Deposition/Identification/Oath Services (This service is provided with me present and the attorney/judge can be in person, on video, or on the telephone.)
Diploma, Manuscript, Thesis
Divorce/ Dissolution Papers/ Marital Agreement
DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) records and title documents
Domestic Partner Paperwork
Documents bound for a foreign destination
Durable Power of Attorney
General Power of Attorney
Health Care Directives
Identification, Proof of
Jurat with Affiant Statement - Notarizing a written statement you want notarized
Letters of Explanation
Living Trusts, Family Trusts, Estate Planning
Medical Treatment Authorization Letter
Mortgage/ Loan Documents of all types
Parent Authorization Letter for Minors
Passport related documents
Permission to Travel with Minors Letter
Permission for Minor to Travel with Accompanying Adult(s)
Power of Attorney and Certified Copies of Power of Attorney
Probate and Other Legal Matters
Proof of Identification
Quit Claim Deeds
Real estate purchase, sale, and refinance
Signature by Mark, Witness Statement
Statutory Durable Power of Attorney
Uniform Statutory Power of Attorney
Vital Records Requests
I accept emailed documents and print them out for you.
> What I do not notarize <
Copies of Birth, Death or Marriage records.
In the State of California a Notary cannot notarize the copy itself. However, I can notarize a Copy Certification of Document Custodian form. Give me a call and we can discuss the details. This form certifies that the copy is a true copy of the original. The original must be presented along with the copy or we can make the copy together.
I do not notarize Wills
unless you are advised to do so by an attorney.
What makes these forms so controversial in the great State of California and other places?
I am not an attorney.
Therefore, I cannot give legal advice about immigration or any other legal matters concerning any transactions or documents.
To view the verbiage (wording) required by the State of California for notarial certificates please see this link.
~ What I can do for you ~
YES, THIS IS AN OREGON AREA CODE. BUT
I AM HERE IN THE SACRAMENTO AREA : )
PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER
Place my phone number in your cell under “Notary.” Then I’m there when you need me.
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