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Jail Notary Service

It can be confusing, awkward and stressful when someone has been incarcerated! Don't worry... San Diego Notary Girl is here to help make the process easy, efficient and stress-free. Professional, reliable and friendly San Diego mobile notary... without judgement!

 

Not all notaries have the proper credentials to enter a jail, prison or detention facility. As a San Diego notary public, I have been serving inmates and their families at our San Diego jails, prisons, correctional facilities and detention centers for over 17 years. I have the required background check and security clearances, which allows me to get your document signed and notarized quickly, conveniently and efficiently.

 

My jail notary signing service is especially helpful for folks who are out-of-town with a family member, friend or loved one who is incarcerated in a detention facility in San Diego. You don't even have to be at the appointment!

 

The Process Is Simple... You provide the documents*, filled out and ready for the inmate to sign. I can pick them up, you can overnight them to me, or email me the documents and I will print them out. I will make the arrangements to meet with the inmate, perform the notarization and deliver the completed documents back to you. Quick and easy! You don't even have to be there!

Call or text Ren at (619) 252-9970 to schedule your mobile notary jail signing appointment today!

IMPORTANT! The Inmate MUST speak English!
California Law does not allow for a translator during the notarization process.

 

San Diego Notary Girl offers mobile notary jail signings, correctional facility notary public and detention center notary services at:

*The most common document that requires a mobile notary public for an inmate at a San Diego detention center, jail or correctional facility is a California Durable Power of Attorney. This document is signed by the Principal (inmate) and grants their Agent (attorney-if-fact) the authority to act for them in specified or all legal and/or financial matters.

NOTE: I do not provide jail marriage, jail wedding or marriage license services.

PREPARE FOR YOUR JAIL NOTARIZATION

It can sometimes take more than one try to get into the detention facilities in San Diego. For this reason, I charge a flat rate for the jail notary signing, which includes as many trips as needed to get the job completed, as well as printing, scanning and snail-mailing of the document(s). I can also arrange to deliver the document locally, or send it via expedited or overnight courier service. Call (619) 252-9970 for a quote for prison and jail notary services.

  1. Identify detention facility where inmate is incarcerated

  2. Obtain inmate booking number

  3. Obtain and prepare document(s) for inmate signing

  4. Call or text Ren at (619) 252-9970 to begin the appointment

  5. Email a PDF of document(s) or arrange for local pick up of dox

  6. Inform the inmate of the notary appointment

  7. Confirm that inmate has agreed to sign the document(s)

  8. When assignment has been completed and you have approved the scanned document(s), you can make the payment via credit or debit card, Zelle, Paypal or Venmo

 

PLEASE NOTE! A California notary public is not permitted to provide the documents to be signed, nor is the notary allowed to explain the documents or offer legal advice to the inmate during the signing.

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San Diego Notary Girl provides mobile notary public services near me for durable power of attorney, affidavits, advance medical directive, healthcare directive, background check forms, bill of sale, spousal consent, certified loan signing agent, contracts, dmv documentation, escrow package signing, general notary signing, grant deeds, immigration documents, insurance policies, loan documents, quit claim deeds, power of attorney, reverse mortgage, parental consent to travel, law enforcement application, student housing document, traffic school test, investment documents, estoppel certificates, promissory notes, jail notary, detention center notary, notary for correctional facility and living trusts

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