Availability: 24/7 Areas Covered: westside LA Raised Seal Embosser: No
State Notary Seal Oath and Bond location: Los Angeles County
Wish Orlando a Happy Birthday on July 7 I have my Real Estate license and received my Notary license last year. I am bilingual and live in Westchester LAX area. I operate in a mobile manner to give you the most convenient service of having your documents attested. Serving Los Angeles and the surrounding areas, catering to any notary public requirements easily by coming to you! It is less time consuming and less hassling – you don’t have to waste time if you forgot a document at home neither do you have to wait in a long waiting line to get our service. Instead, we bring our services to you and get everything done in the most professional and timely manner.
We are a full service mobile notary public in LA so anything that needs notarization, we have it covered. We specialize in affidavits, wills, contracts, deeds, power of attorney, depositions, certifications, immigration documents, background check forms, DMV documents, and all other types of documents and certificates that need to be attested by a notary public. Additionally, we can also handle loan documents and closings for real estate transactions, making our service truly ideal for anyone in Los Angeles.
Any address you provide us, we can get there in less than an hour. We also travel to filming studios for immediate notarization of documents required there. We operate as a 24 hour notary, so we’re there whenever you need us! There are very few constraints to our service, making it more convenient than others whilst providing the full professional service.
When the International Olympics came to Los Angeles in 1932, the very first Olympic Village of its kind was built in Baldwin Hills to accommodate the hundreds of athletes pouring in from all over the world. The village (for male athletes only) had several hundred buildings, including a post office, telegraph quarters, an amphitheater, a hospital, a fire department and a bank. The complex was demolished after the 1932 Summer Olympic games. (The female athletes were housed in the Chapman Park Hotel on Wilshire Boulevard.