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SD Signings ValuesOur core values drive the way we do business with others. We Believe in great attitudes & mutual respect.We are people working with people. We appreciate your request to work together willingly as a team within your transaction. We deliver respect via amazing service and a willing attitude. We Believe in doing the right thing. Playing by the rules benefits everyone. By integrity and honesty, trust is secured. Integrity eliminates liability and protects all parties. We simply do what’s right, adhering to all state and federal law. It makes our community and the world a better place. We Believe in dedication to your transaction. We deliver excellence from start to finish. The moment we become involved within the transaction, is the moment we accept the work as our own. We execute all tasks diligently and deliver documents completed in their entirety. We Believe in growing friendships. We’ve delivered the best service possible. We’ve established a trust. We value the the authenticity in getting past the business and building personal relationships. People are important to us. It’s ok to consider us lifelong friends.
Role of the NotaryThe role of your notary is most often simply to prevent fraud within a community. In doing this, the notary positively identifies an individual who has signed a document or administered an oath. The notary will further affirm that the signer is willing to sign, fully competent, and not being coerced. Lastly, a notary will assure that documents are free of blanks, oaths have been sworn, and a record has been kept within his/her notarial journal. A notary may often be the final representative who assists within a transaction, but he/she is not to be confused with an attorney or officer who can advise within a transaction. By law, a Notary is unable to draft documents or give legal advice. The notary is a neutral 3rd party who exists in effort to prevent fraud. See the California Secretary of State handbook, Government, and Civil Code for the complete laws, regulations, and duties of the Notary Public.
We are skilled in the notarization of estate plans. We work alongside attorneys all over San Diego to conduct the notary portion of your transaction. The costs of estate plan notary starts at the standard $10 per signature plus a travel fee starting at $35. We do offer Estate Plan notary specials when the attorney is present at the time of signing.
We have a heart for Adoption at SD Signings Notary. Specializing in the notarization of adoption paperwork. We work hand in hand with adoption agencies and individuals seeking to adopt domestically or internationally. Adoption notary work can require multiple trips and extra time, we love to assist San Diego in making sure everything is perfect before being sent on to the receiving agencies for processing.
We work daily with Escrows, Banks, and Mortgage Companies to offer a great loan signing service. Starting at $175.00 including 35 miles travel.* We understand Refinances, Home Purchases, Reverse Mortgages, Private loans and more.. *Fees may apply for extra travel, after hour appointments, printing, and other additional services. Our escrow and loan notary services are approved with many large escrow and title companies. We have individual notaries approved at companies including Fidelity National Title, Ticor Title, Chicago Title, West Coast Escrow, American Trust, Stewart Title, Pickford Escrow, Old Republic, and many more.