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NOTARY PUBLIC SERVICES

Serving the county of San Diego

NOTARY
PUBLIC
SERVICES

Serving San Diego

SD Signings

notary public to San Diego’s favorite companies

SD Signings is the preferred Notary Public to San Diego’s premier businesses. We serve as a friendly ambassador to their great service while also contributing excellence, efficiency and expertise in our services.

NOTARY
PUBLIC
SERVICEs

for every occasion.

NOTARY
PUBLIC
SERVICEs

for every occasion.

What is a Notary Public?

In California, a notary is a person with integrity acting as a public servant. This person typically acts as a witness to the signing of important paperwork within a transaction. Ultimately, the role of a notary helps to prevent fraud in significant situations. Examples of these situations would include the transfer of property or giving over financial powers. By having impartial notaries of integrity witnessing document signings, the community can rest assured things are being handled properly.

What does a Notary Public do?

When an important document requires your signature to be notarized a notary public is called in to act as a witness. Perhaps the document is giving away your home, or the power to manage your bank account, or maybe permission for your child to travel out of the country. These are important documents! What if someone else created a document, claiming to be you, and sold your property? Well, it’s not that easy because a notary usually needs to be present.

What does a notary public do to prevent fraud?

Here are some of the vital steps a notary takes.

First, the notary checks active government identifications (like a drivers license or a passport) to ensure that the person signing the document really is the person they are claiming to be.

Secondly, the notary assesses that everyone in the signing is willing to sign and understands the magnitude of the situation. The notary assures that no one is being bullied or coerced. The notary also affirms that all signers are competent and can fully aware. This especially protects elderly signers.

Next the notary scans the documents thoroughly for blanks to ensure that the document cannot be modified later on.

Lastly, the notary keeps records of the transaction including thumbprints of the signing individuals. If the validity of a document comes into question in the future, the parameters and intent of the signing can be examined.

What is a Notary Public?

In California, a notary is a person with integrity acting as a public servant. This person typically acts as a witness to the signing of important paperwork within a transaction. Ultimately, the role of a notary helps to prevent fraud in significant situations. Examples of these situations would include the transfer of property or giving over financial powers. By having impartial notaries of integrity witnessing document signings, the community can rest assured things are being handled properly.

What does a Notary Public do?

When an important document requires your signature to be notarized a notary public is called in to act as a witness. Perhaps the document is giving away your home, or the power to manage your bank account, or maybe permission for your child to travel out of the country. These are important documents! What if someone else created a document, claiming to be you, and sold your property? Well, it’s not that easy because a notary usually needs to be present.

What does a notary public do to prevent fraud? Here are some of the vital steps a notary takes.

First, the notary checks active government identifications (like a drivers license or a passport) to ensure that the person signing the document really is the person they are claiming to be.

Secondly, the notary assesses that everyone in the signing is willing to sign and understands the magnitude of the situation. The notary assures that no one is being bullied or coerced. The notary also affirms that all signers are competent and can fully aware. This especially protects elderly signers.

Next the notary scans the documents thoroughly for blanks to ensure that the document cannot be modified later on.

Lastly, the notary keeps records of the transaction including thumbprints of the signing individuals. If the validity of a document comes into question in the future, the parameters and intent of the signing can be examined.

Find an Experienced Notary Public
for your Documents

Find an Experienced Notary Public
for your Documents

Notary for Home Loans and Private Lenders

Signing loan documents with banks, mortgage companies, and lenders requires a seasoned notary signing agent. After all the processes of initiating a home purchase or refinance, it is imperative the loan signing is handled with care. Bank documents come with their own specific set of instructions along with special industry standards for smooth completion. SD Signings is approved by San Diego’s biggest lenders and escrows.

Notary for home loans, refis, and private lenders >>

Notary for California ABC Liquor License

California liquor license ABC Forms often require notarization. In reviewing your Alcoholic Beverage Control documents, if you have found that an application or document requires notarization, we would love to help! We frequently assist liquor vendors, manufacturers, breweries, wineries, and other liquor venues with the notary of their liquor applications.

More about notary liquor licenses >>

Notary for Certified Copies

Out of state and out of country institutions often call for ‘certified copies’ of important documents. California has limitations on what a notary can certify. If you would like to provide a sworn statement affirming that a copy of an important record or identification is “true and accurate”, we can provide a notary certificate to be attached. This is a common request for many of our signers.

What notaries can and cannot do concerning certified copies >>

Notary within Prison, jail, or Detention Centers

SD Signings regularly provides notary services within local detention centers. Notary visits are recognized as professional or “pro visits” by the prison and jail facilities. This recognition allows us quick same day access to meet with a friend, family member, or other incarcerated individual requiring the signing of important paperwork. We work with attorneys and families to help get important documents signed and notarized quickly. Perhaps you need a rush ‘power of attorney’ signed. Help with notary in San Diego jails and prisons.

Notary for Architecture, Construction, and Development

Engineering a downtown high rise? We do the notary for just that! We meet regularly with architects, engineers, developers, investors, business and property owners all over San Diego County daily. We know how to handle your documents. As we work arcitecture firms often, we streamline the notary process for a quick and easy appointment.

Learn more about notary services for architecture, development, and construction.

Common Documents Notarized: Mechanics Liens, San Diego Development Services General Application DS-3032, Deed of Trust, Compliance Agreement, Grant Deed, Quitclaim Deed, Signature and Name Affidavit, Affidavit of Occupancy, Financial Status Affidavit, AKA Statement, etc.

Notary for Trusts and Estate Plans

Notarizing for trust and estate planning documents is a specialty of ours. We notarize these documents on a daily basis! We streamline the process by working directly with law firms efficiently. We provide great package pricing for attorneys and their clients. We have worked as the preferred and exclusive notary service to many of San Diego’s esteemed legal firms for over 10 years.

Notary for trusts and estate planning >>

Tribal Gaming License / Renewal Applications

When providing tribal gaming commission documents that require appearing before a notary public we are ready and prepared to help. We assist in providing notary services for licensing applications, license renewal, and certification forms on a regular basis.

Notary for tribal gaming licenses and renewal >>

International Notary, Apostille, and Authentication

Are you doing business internationally? Do you have an important document that is headed out of the country requiring notary? Thanks to something called the the Hague Convention, there’s a solution for many participating countries. Known as an Apostille or Authentication, California issues special certificates for international agencies.

International Notary, Apostille, and Authentications >>

Medical Applications For Licensure

  • California Board of Registered Nurses Application for Licensure
  • Medical Board of California Licensing Application
  • Certificate of Completion of ACGME/RCPSC Postgraduate Training, Form L3A-L3B
  • Current PostGraduate Training EnrollmentForm L4
  • Certificate of Medical Education
  • Current Postgraduate Training Enrollment

Notary for Commercial Developments

Notary for DMV Forms

Notary for Insurance Affidavits

Notary for Domestic and International Adoptions

Notary for Residential Real Estate

California Subdivision Map Notary

Notary within a Hospital

SD Signings

Area of Service around San Diego

Alpine 91901, Bonita 91902, Cardiff-by-the-Sea 92007, Carlsbad 92008-92009 – 92013, 92018, Chula Vista 91909-91915 – 91921, Coronado 92118, 92178, Del Mar 92014, El Cajon 92019-92022 – 92090, Encinitas 92023-92024, Escondido 92025-92027 – 92029-92030 – 92033, 92046, Imperial Beach 91932-91933, Jamul 91935, La Jolla 92037-92039 – 92092-92093, La Mesa 91941-91944, Lakeside 92040, Lemon Grove 91945-91946, MCAS Miramar 92145, Mt. Palomar 92060, National City 91950-91951, Ocean Beach 92107, Oceanside 92049, 92051-92052 – 92054-92058, Pacific Beach 92109, Rancho Bernardo 92128, Rancho Santa Fe 92067, 92091, San Diego (city) 92101-92124 – 92126-92140 – 92142, 92143 – 92145, 92147 – 92149, 92150 – 92152-92155 – 92158-92179 – 92182, 92184 – 92186, 92187 – 92190-92199, San Marcos 92069, 92078-92079 – 92096, Santee 92071-92072, Solana Beach 92075, Spring Valley 91976-91979.

Ready when you are!

Ready when you are!