Serving Los Angeles and the South Bay.    Call 310-933-9474


Wallace Mobile Notary provides an important trust service in witnessing the execution of legal and commercial documents. I verify the identity of the signing party, witness the signature and vouch for their authenticity. I offer confidential, personalized notary public services in your home, office, coffee shop or care facility. You chose the time and location most convenient to you!


I perform a wide variety of notarizations including (but not limited to) the following:



Estate Planning Documents, Living Wills,etc.

Sales Contracts, Title Transfer Form- (DMV)

Durable Power of Attorney, Certified Copy of Power of Attorney

Advance Healthcare Directives


Permission to Travel

Guardianship Authorization

Passport Application for Children

Court Documents

Vehicle Impound Release

Prenuptual Agreements

Adoption Documents

Identity Theft & Fraud Affidavits

… and many more!


The State of California has determined the fees for Notary Services as $15.00 (maximum) per signature notarized.

My Rates

Please note: if you are hiring a mobile notary public, you are paying an additional fee for the convenience of mobile service to your location. Rates are variable depending upon location and time of day.

Standard Signing… $10 per signature.

Standard Travel Fee… $25  (only $20 for 3 or more signatures)

EFFECTIVE MAY 1st., 2019:   Per Signature Fee Will Increase

Standard Signing… $15 per signature. ($10 for 5 or more signatures)

Local Hospital, Nursing, Retirement Home Visit… $20 Travel Fee and $10 per signature (+ parking, if applicable)

Cancellation within 4 hours of Appointment or after 2:30 PM on previous business day for AM appointments ., or business declined for same appointment time slot… $20

Client No Show or Refusal to Sign… $20

Airport Emergency Notarization: $50.00 travel + parking + $10.00 per document per signature.

Excessive Waiting Times: $25.00 per hour after the first 20 minutes.

Ask about discounts for Senior Citizens, active military, first responders, and more!

American Vets are ALWAYS FREE!


For your convenience, I accept cash and process credit card payments on site, via PayPal. Personal checks only accepted through PayPal.
All PayPal transactions subject to additional 3% processing fee; (minimum $2).

Preparing For Your Appointment

The primary function of a Notary Public is to examine identification, to assure that you are the person listed on the document, and to act as an impartial witness when you sign your documents. This is to deter fraudulent activity.

Options for ID
These should be unexpired or if expired, issued within 5 years prior to the expiration date:

Drivers License
State I.D. card
Consular card
City State or Federal government issued ID card
Tribal ID card

If it is impossible for you to produce the I.D. noted above, call me to discuss your options: 310-933-9474.

*Note: If you have an elderly parent, they often need to get documents notarized. Seniors can apply for a “free” senior ID card (62 years and older) often by mail. You can review your options and find the CA DMV application forms here

Review Your Documents for Accuracy
Please be sure your document is fully completed. If sections are not applicable, please indicate that on the document. It is a violation of California law for a Notary Public to notarize an incomplete document. This law is to protect the signer from someone fraudulently entering additional information on your document after it is out of your possession. Please wait to sign your document until your appointment.

Although I receive many calls asking me to provide legal forms; however, according to the Secretary of State, this is considered an illegal practice of law. Please consult an attorney for the best option for you.

Types of Notarial Acts:
The individual or company that is requesting that your signature be notarized will usually determine which notarial act is used. The Notary Public may provide an acknowledgement or jurat, but cannot choose which act you should use.
If your document does not have notarial verbiage attached, I recommend checking with the custodian of the document for their preference.

Sworn statement and requires an oath or affirmation. This notarial act, must be signed in front of the Notary under oath of affirmation.

It’s always best to sign in Notary’s presence, although the document can be signed prior to the appointment and acknowledged to the Notary Public that it is your signature on the document. The signer is still required to appear before the Notary and provide CA state approved identification before the document can be notarized.

Again, it is always best to sign in the front of the Notary.

Local Cities and the zip codes I service...

Inglewood: 90301, 90302, 90303, 90304, 90305, 90306, 90307, 90308, 90309, 90310, 90311, 90312

Gardena; 90247, 90248, 90249

Hawthorne; 90250, 90251

Torrance; 90501,90502, 90503, 90504, 90505, 90506, 90507, 90508, 90509, 90510,

Palos Verdes; 90274, 90275,

Redondo Beach; 90277, 90278

Manhattan Beach; 90266, 90267

Hermosa Beach; 90254

Lomita; 90717

Lawndale; 90260, 90261

El Segundo; 90245

Westchester, LAX area; 90045

These are just Local Service Areas. I will go anywhere in the Greater Los Angeles area!

Disclaimer: I am not an Attorney, I am a Notary Public. I am not licensed to practice law in the State of California or any other State, and may not, under any circumstance, give legal advice or accept fees for legal advice or legal services. I am background screened by the State of California and the Department of Justice. You can trust me with your important documents. I hold a membership with the National Notary Association, and keep my notarial education updated with new laws. I am Commissioned by The California Secretary of State.



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