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Notary-on-the-Go Saves Your Time and Energy When You Need a Notary in the San Jose Area
Save yourself the hassle of locating a notary and getting yourself to his place of business. Instead, call Notary-on-the-Go. Our notary will come to your workplace, residence, or other mutually acceptable location at a time that works for you. Notary-on-the-Go mobile notary serves San Jose and surrounding communities throughout the Santa Clara Valley - Los Gatos, Saratoga, Campbell, Cupertino, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara, Mountain View, Los Altos, and Palo Alto. We can also bring our notary service to you in Santa Cruz County communities such as Santa Cruz and Boulder Creek, by arrangement.Wills and Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Deeds, Loan Documents - We Notarize All Documents ▪ If you are house-bound, or you would just rather that someone else do the driving, call Notary-on-the-Go. ▪ If you run a business and need to have documents notarized, but your employees don't have the time to run around to locate a notary, call Notary-on-the-Go. ▪ If you have mortgage loan documents that have to be signed and notarized, but can't leave your own work to go to the title company during its business hours, call Notary-on-the-Go. ▪ If you are in the hospital, a nursing home, or long term care facility, and need to have documents notarized, call Notary-on-the-Go. ▪ Notary-on-the-Go will even visit the jail to notarize documents signed by an inmate.Complete the Documents You Need for Peace of MindIf you are no longer driving, or in a health care facility, you do not have to put off having documents important to your well-being and peace of mind notarized and completed. Notary-on-the-Go will come to you at a time convenient to you, and you can sign and have notarized estate planning documents such as wills and living trusts, financial power of attorney documents that designate a trusted relative, friend, or associate to handle your financial affairs if you are not able to do so, and medical power of attorney documents which allow you to entrust another with making medical care and quality of life decisions for you should you not be capable of making such decisions at some point in the future.