Notary Fees & Mobile Natary Services

Acknowledgment: $10 for each notarized signature

Jurat (oath or affirmation): $10 for each notarized signature

Certified Copy of Power of Attorney: $10 for each notarized signature

Proof of Execution by Subscribing Witness: $10 for each notarized signature

Travel fees (Does not include notary fees above):

Airports – Ontario International Airport: $75; Palm Springs International Airport: $195

Hospitals: San Bernardino County (Local Area) $50 - $85

Jails and Detention Centers: $90 - $185

Loan Signing Services and Fees

Includes travel in San Bernardino County, document preparation,
printing, pick-up and delivery, and complete notarization of the loan package.

1st mortgage loan package - $150 - $250

2nd mortgage and/or HELOC - $100

Seller package - $150

Faxing or Scanning - $30 per loan package

Disclosure: All notarization fees are based on the California Government Code 8211. California notary code allows notaries to charge a maximum of $10
per each notarized signature and an additional travel fee, which must be disclosed separate from the notarization charges. To expedite the notary service,
without additional fees, please be certain all documents to be notarized are appropriately completed before your scheduled appointment.
ID Requirements:
The following types of identification are recognized and accepted in the state of California. Identification must be current and issued within the last five years.
Expired ID cards will not be accepted, All ID cards must have a photo, physical description, signature and identification number:
  • California Driver License
  • State ID Card issued by the State of California
  • Driver License or State ID issued by another state
  • Employee Identification Card issued by an agency or office of the State of California
  • U.S. Passport
  • U.S. Military Identification Card
  • Driver License issued by a Canadian or Mexican public agency authorized to issue driver’s license’s
  • Foreign Passport if stamped by the Immigration and Naturalization Service or the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service
  • Inmate Identification Card issued by the California Department of Corrections if the inmate in custody