As a licensed notary public, I serve as an impartial witness to authenticate signatures on deeds, trusts, affidavits, power of attorney certificates and other legal documents. Carlsbad Mobile Notary is available seven days a week to travel to your home, office, hospital room or any other location to handle your notary needs. Call for an appointment and you’ll receive fast and efficient service from a licensed and bonded notary public.

For an appointment call
760-586-5514 or email us

TRAVEL FEES: The standard travel fee is $25 for appointments in Carlsbad and $35 for appointments in other North County cities including Encinitas, Oceanside, Vista, San Marcos, and Solana Beach. For an additional fee, we can travel to see clients in Fallbrook, Escondido, Poway, Rancho Bernardo and Del Mar. Additional fees are based on total round-trip mileage.


Notary Service Areas

Carlsbad Mobile Notary serves most cities in North County including CarlsbadOceansideVistaSan MarcosEscondidoEncinitas, and Solana Beach.


We can see most clients within 24 hours of receiving a request and provide same-day service in most cases. Appointments can made at a client’s home, office, hospital room, hotel room, or any neutral setting such as a restaurant. After-hours appointments (9 p.m. to midnight) are also available for an additional service fee. You can also avoid the travel fee by making an appointment at our office between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.


Service Information


In order to notarize your documents, I will need at least one form of valid identification. They include:

  • An ID card or driver’s license issued by the State of California.
  • A United States passport.
  • A driver’s license issued by another U.S. state or by a Canadian or Mexican public agency authorized to issue driver’s licenses.
  • An ID card issued by another U.S. state.
  • A U.S. military ID card with a photograph, ID number, description and signature of the ID holder.
  • An inmate ID card issued by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
  • An employee ID card issued by an agency or office of the State of California.

For clients without a valid form of ID, a positive ID can be established by the oath of one credible witness known by me and the client or the oath of two credible witnesses who know the client and can provide valid forms of identification.


Free services provided by California notaries include notarization of election voting documents and providing the Oath of Office for elected officials in the state.


Carlsbad Mobile Notary provides a 20% discount for seniors (65-and-older) and active members of the military and their immediate family. The 20% discount also applies to orders that require five-or-more documents to be notarized at a single appointment.


Payments can be made by cash, check, money order, or through Paypal.


All notary fees - except travel fees - are established by the State of California. Notaries in the State of California cannot provide legal advice regarding the preparation or drafting of legal documents. Please consult an attorney in advance about any legal questions regarding a document that needs to be notarized.


What is a notary public allowed to do?

By law, a notary is allowed to take acknowledgements, administer oaths and affirmations, perform jurats, take depositions, and certify copies of power of attorney.

Why do documents need to be notarized?

The primary reason is to prevent fraud. A notary serves as an impartial witness to ensure the identify of a person who is required to sign a document.

Can a notary help to prepare documents?

No. A notary is not allowed to assist in drafting documents aside from making sure the documents are signed and dated in the proper place and by the right person.

How long does it take to have a document notarized?

The process usually takes about five minutes for a single document. In addition to providing a proper ID, customers need to sign the notary’s public record book and provide a thumbprint.

Can a notary refuse to notarize a document?

Yes. If a notary can’t properly identify a client or be certain the client knows what they are signing, they can refuse to notarize a document. A notary can be held legally responsible if a document they notarize turns out to be fraudulent.