All fees for notary work are due when services are rendered, NO EXCEPTIONS!   

I will accept payment by cash, Apple Pay, Zelle, Venmo, or Paypal.  No checks accepted! 

Pursuant to California Government Code sections 8211 and 8322, a notary may charge the following fees for each notary act:, as set forth in the California Notary Handbook.  

(a) For taking an acknowledgment or proof of a deed, or other instrument, to include the seal
and the writing of the certificate, the sum of fifteen dollars ($15) for each signature taken.

(b) For administering an oath or affirmation to one person and executing the jurat, including
the seal, the sum of fifteen dollars ($15).

(c) For all services rendered in connection with the taking of any deposition, the sum of
thirty dollars ($30), and in addition thereto, the sum of seven dollars ($7) for administering
the oath to the witness and the sum of seven dollars ($7) for the certificate to the deposition.

(d) No fee may be charged to notarize signatures on vote by mail ballot identification
envelopes or other voting materials.

(e) For certifying a copy of a power of attorney under Section 4307 of the Probate Code the
sum of fifteen dollars ($15).

(f) In accordance with Section 6107, no fee may be charged to a United States military veteran
for notarization of an application or a claim for a pension, allotment, allowance, compensation,
insurance, or any other veteran’s benefit. 

The above fees are in addition to travel/time fees, which are subject to change and may increase or decrease depending on location and time.  All notary and travel fees are agreed upon in our initial conversation, and are due at the time of service.  

Travel fees for the City of Clearlake start at 40. All area outside of Clearlake are generally $40 to $55.