Local (661) 450-8878


7 Days A Week


Things You Should Know

Here at On Demand Mobile Notary we offer local mobile notary public and notary signing agent services on demand. Our mobile notaries will come to you at a convenient location and time.

We work with lenders, title companies, real estate agents, escrow officers, home buyers, home sellers, real estate investors, general public.

We typically will meet you at your home, office, coffee shop, bookstore, movie set/studio, restaurant, hospital, senior living facility, correctional facility, or wherever is convenient for you.

Some of our area of service expertise include but not limited to:

● Same Day Mobile Notary Appointments (must call to arrange and not use the online calendar scheduling system)
● Scheduled Mobile Notary or Notary Signing Agent Appointments
● After Hours (after 5pm M-F), Weekends, and Holidays
● Identification is required for notarizations
○ Each signer must present a valid and current photo id (such as a driver’s license or U.S. or foreign passport stamped by the USCIS or military id or inmate id or U.S. id issued by the DMV)
○ All witnesses must be present at the time of signing


Notary Loan Signing Agents

● Notarization of Purchaser or Seller Documents
● Refinances
● Reverse Mortgages

Notary Public Agents

● Power of Attorney
● Health Care Directive
● Affidavit for Fictitious Business Name Statement
● Consent Form to Travel With Minor
● Parental Permission and Medical Consent with Liability Release
● California Subdivision Map Certificates
● Affidavits
● Acknowledgements
● Jurats
● Notarization of Deeds
● Vehicle Title Transfers
● Last Will and Testaments

Our Process

How to Order

Step 1:

Organize Your Information

Fill out the Quick Quote Form on this page.

Step 2:

Send us your documents

Upload your documents for review.

Step 3:

We process your order

Notary will contact you with the estimate and if agreeable then a fee deposit will be secured for the appointment date and time for service

NOTICE: We are not attorneys and therefore, by law, cannot explain or interpret the contents of any document for you, instruct on how to complete a document or direct you on the advisability of signing a particular document. By doing so, we would be
engaging in the unauthorized practice of law, and could face legal penalties. If you are uncertain about anything, you should contact an attorney, or the individual who provided you with your document, before you see a Notary Public. It is the client’s responsibility to complete all forms, except signatures to be notarized, prior to the arrival of the Notary. As notaries our job is to help reduce fraud. As such, a notary may not perform any notarization during suspicious circumstances.