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8/10/2021 3:59 PM
 

There is no set answer, as mobile notary los Angeles fees vary based on the area they serve, available payment methods, and other factors. The cost for notarizing documents usually ranges from $35 up to $50 or more.
A low-end fee would be closer to $35 - and a high-end fee could be somewhere between $115, this price range covers the general variation in different areas around the country.
Fees also depend on whether you are seeking just a document notarized or if you want someone specifically with legal training to review your contract, power of attorney packet, or other paperwork before finalizing it such as when buying a home and signing off on loan contracts, etc.

 
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11/29/2021 8:43 AM
 

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12/27/2021 10:37 AM
 

Mobile Notaries Charge Near By 11$ in USA

 
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1/20/2022 10:19 AM
 

Looking for the best Notaries? Mail Boxes Times can assist you.

Notary service is available during business hours. No appointment is necessary. Notarization of your documents require valid identification (Only US Driver’s License or Passport). Notary fee is $10.00 per signature. Please feel free to call Mail Boxes Times at (310) 276–5076 for further questions.

Our notaries are fully licensed and insured.  They are aware that these are important and legal documents and ensure that you are given superb service in taking care of your notary needs.

We provide services at our Beverly Hills store during all our business hours.  We also provide mobile notary services during non-business hours or by appointment throughout Los Angeles County including but not limited to Beverly Hills, Bel-Air, Pacific Palisades, Malibu, Century City, Los Angeles, Westwood, Santa Monica, and Culver City.

 
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1/21/2022 1:14 AM
 

Hey guys, great thread that cleared up a lot of my doubts and answered a lot of my questions about the notary process and payments. I was wondering if the prices of notary publics vary by document, and if I can hire a notary public to deal with my tax documents, are they proper irs trouble solvers, or should I go with a tax professional who will end up costing more. I'd love to hear your thoughts on this.

 
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