I am the Can Do Mobile Notary, which means I am available to serve your notarial needs. I cover Lake County, but I will occasionally cover certain areas of Napa, Mendocino and Sonoma Counties.
During the fall and winter, I am available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for Lake County. During the summer and spring, my service hours are from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. My hours are generally shorter for Napa, Sonoma, and Mendocino County, and my hours on weekends are flexible.
The Can Do Mobile Notary is READY for your notarial assignment, which means I am:
General Notary Work
I am available to meet all your notary needs. Your signature to any document can be notarized as long as that transaction complies with all requirements of California notary law. Some common documents include, but are not limited to:
1. Grant Deed
2. Deed of Trust
3. Quitclaim Deed
4. Loan Documents
5. Real Estate Documents
6. Power of Attorney
7. Sworn Statement
8. Statement of Consent for Application of Passport for child under age 16
9. Parental Consent for Travel
10. Application to Obtain Birth Certificate
11. Rental Agreement
12. Name Affidavit
13. General Legal Papers
15. Sales Documents
16. Purchase Documents
17. Bills of Sale
18. General Agreements
21. DMV Applications
22. Applications for copy of birth certificates
For general notary work, please make sure your document is completely filled out prior to my arrival. I cannot give advice on how to fill out your documents. My scope of work is to (a) verify your identity with a valid drivers license or ID, or credible witnesses who have valid identification and can attest to your identity, (2) witness you signing the document, and (3) notarize your signature.
If a document has no notarial wording on your document, I can only explain to you the difference between an acknowledgement and a jurat and direct you to choose which form you would like. I cannot choose for you. Both of these forms are explained below.
Acknowledgement: An acknowledgement is used to verify your identity and to confirm that you signed the document. You are not swearing to the truthfulness or validity of the document, you are simply acknowledging that you signed the document.
Jurat: A jurat is used when you must swear to the content of the document. I must administer an oath or affirmation to you in order to complete the notarization.
Certified Loan Signing Agent
As a Certified Signing Agent, I am available to title and signing companies to present loan documents and provide a brief description of each document. I am able to show signers all relevant documents so that they are well informed by the end of the closing, but I cannot advise on any aspect of the documents. I also verify signers’ identities, witness their signatures, notarize all documents in the loan package, and ensure that the process is complete for a proper loan closing.
I am Fidelity approved and carry $100,000 in errors and omissions insurance. I am also commissioned and bonded pursuant to California notary law. I became a certified loan signing agent through Notary2Pro in 2017. This probram taught me the importance of attention to details and understanding documents in loan packages.
Of Utmost Importance
California notary law does not allow me to give advice regarding what documents need to be notarized, how to fill out documents, or what the documents mean in your particular situation. I also cannot suggest what type of documents you might need or provide documents to you. If you need any advice regarding your document, please speak to whomever directed you to have your signature notarized or seek the assistance of an attorney.
Please make sure you have a valid drivers license or identification card issued within the last five years. If you do not have either, please let me know up front so that we can arrange credible witnesses who can swear, under oath, to your identity. These witnesses must comply with California identification requirements and have no vested interest in the document you will be signing.
Finally, I must be able to communicate with the signer at all times. This means that no interpreters may ever be involved in the notarization process. If you need a notary who speaks a foreign language, you can download a list from the California Secretary of State or search one of the big these databases:
For those with hearing disabilities, we can communicate via the written word, or you must locate a notary who is able to communicate via sign language.
If you would like my notarial services, please go to my contact page, or you can text or call me at (707) 236-2952.