What to Expect

Chloe Ward, Notary Public.

Trusted by the Secretary of State to serve YOU.

What Will You Need?

Rather we are meeting in my home office, or in a mobile notary signing be prepared to provide the following:

1) A valid government Identification; a state driver's license, passport, military ID, or credible witness that possesses one of the previously listed forms of identification.

2) Your documents to be notarized; and,

3) Payment for services - cash and check only (No cards until further notice)

*If you are identifying yourself with a government photo identification card issued by another state, it MUST include a physical description of you, a signature of yourself, and an identifying number.


As a notary in the State of California, I may not prepare documents, offer legal advice or explain the contents of a document to a signer. As a notary I also may not advise a signer on any aspects of a transaction nor determine the type of notarization required. This determination must be made by either the signer, or the relying party or an attorney.