National Notary Partners

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At National Notary Partners® (NNP®), our unwavering dedication is to provide you with unparalleled professionalism for all your notarial requirements. When it comes to safeguarding your most crucial documents, NNP® stands as your trusted source for uncompromised privacy and discretion.

With a combined experience of over 20 years, our team comprises Mobile Notaries Public who are also certified by NNA® and Notary2Pro® as Loan Signing Agents, Certified Reverse Mortgage Signing Professionals, and Certified Notary Trust Delivery Agents. We bring expertise and precision to every appointment, ensuring seamless service tailored to your needs.

Our commitment extends to convenience—we come to you, wherever and whenever you need us to be. Punctuality, preparedness, and readiness define our approach, ensuring your notarial needs are met with efficiency and excellence.

We specialize in notarizing a diverse range of legal documents, including General Notary Work, Trusts, Real Estate documents and loans, Powers of Attorney, Advanced Health Directives, Adoptions, DMV, Certifications, Leases, Statements of Fact, Insurance Loss Affidavits, requests for Certified Copies, and more.

We travel to your location, at your convenience, when you need us! Always on time, always prepared, and always ready to serve your notarial needs!

At NNP®, our keywords—Trustworthy, Ethical, Reliable—reflect our steadfast commitment to you. It’s our privilege to serve you with integrity and dedication every step of the way.

 

 

 

 

 

 

HIGHLIGHTS
   Mobile Notary Public services are offered in Orange and San Diego Counties
   Certified Notary Trust Delivery Agent (CNTDA)
   Certified Reverse Mortgage Signing Professional (CRMSP)
   Certified Loan Signing Agent (CLSA)
   Emergency & After-Hour Notary Service
 

 

DISCLAIMER: WE ARE NOT ATTORNEYS, AND BY LAW CANNOT EXPLAIN OR INTERPRET THE CONTENTS OF ANY OF YOUR DOCUMENTS TO YOU OR YOUR CLIENTS. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR DOCUMENTS, PLEASE CONTACT AN ATTORNEY OR THE PERSON WHO PROVIDED YOU WITH THE DOCUMENTS.