Beverly Hills Notary Beverly Hills Notary
8484 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 725
in the Flynt Publications building at the corner of Wilshire and La Cienega
(the ten story oval building with the statue of John Wayne on the eastern side). Hours: Mon - Fri, 11:00 am - 5:30 pm
phone (323) 653-7927 • fax (323) 653-9951

Knowledgeable and efficient notarization for your important documents.
Todd Kaplan Notary Public - Conveniently located in Beverly Hills.

What you'll need to bring with you:

• Yourself
The person whose signature is being notarized must personally appear before the notary.

• Your completed document(s)
(In the case of Affidavits, I would be more than happy to quickly and professionally type your affidavit for a separate fee.)

• A valid identification card
A valid identification card will be required from you, the signer in order for me to notarize your document. One of the following will do, so long as it is current or issued within the past 5 years:

A state issued driver's license or identification card; U.S. Passport; Foreign Passport stamped by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS); Alien registration card (acceptable only for notarization of INS forms); Military service I.D. card or I.D. card issued by the U.S. government; Drivers license officially issued in Mexico or Canada.

Notary Fees, per individual signature
Acknowledgments: $10.00

Jurats: $10.00

Oaths & Affirmations: $10.00

Notary-Certified Copies: (Power of Attorney only) $10.00

Copy of journal entry for public: 30 cents per page + $10.00 if certified copy

Other Information of Note: A travel fee, when applicable, is separate from the notarial fee; immediate and professional typing is available for a separate fee.

Traveling Notary Service

Mica Young - Traveling Notary Public

Professional appearance, friendly, reliable, competitive prices and fast service make Miss Notary the best choice for all traveling notary services!

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Accurate and professional translations for your important documents, both to or from the following languages:



Translations are performed by intelligent and competent individuals, experienced with the translation requirements of both the I.N.S. and foreign consulates. Rest assured that your translation will meet the highest specifications, and be notarized in accordance with I.N.S. or foreign regulations.

Price quotations are available by telephone, determined by the length or number of pages of your document. Please call (323) 653-7927, Monday - Friday from 10:15 am - 5:30 pm for a price quotation.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is a Notary Public?
A responsible person appointed by state government to witness the signing of important documents and administer oaths.

Why are documents notarized?
To deter fraud. An impartial witness (the Notary) ensures that the signers of documents are who they say they are and not impostors. The Notary makes sure that signers have entered into agreements knowingly and willingly.

May any document be notarized?
For a document to be notarized, it must contain: 1) text committing the signer in some way, 2) an original signature (not a photocopy) of the document signer, 3) a notarial "certificate" which may appear on the document itself or on an attachment. The Notary fills in the certificate, signs it, then applies his or her seal to complete the notarization.

Is notarization required by law?
For many documents, yes. Certain affidavits, real estate deeds and other documents may not be legally binding unless they are properly notarized.

How does a notary identify a signer?
Generally, the Notary will ask to see a current identification document that has a photograph, physical description and a signature. A driver's license, military ID or passport will usually be acceptable.

How much does a notarization cost?
Fees vary - as much as $10 in some states and as little as 50 cents in others - according to state law.

Does notarization mean that a document is "true" or "legal"?
No. Notaries are not responsible for the accuracy or legality of documents they notarize. Notaries certify the identity of signers. The signers are responsible for the content of the documents.

May a Notary give legal advice or draft legal documents?
Absolutely not. A Notary is forbidden from preparing legal documents for others or acting as a legal advisor unless he or she is also an attorney. Violators can be fined or jailed for the unauthorized practice of law.

May a Notary notarize or prepare immigration documents?
Only a few immigration forms need to be notarized, such as the Affidavit of Support (I- 134), but US Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) regulations state that no one may prepare or file another person's immigration papers unless he or she is an attorney or a US Justice Department-approved "accredited representative." Non-attorneys can provide clerical, secretarial or translating assistance with INS forms, as long as no advice is given. However, courts have held that even the selection of which forms to complete can constitute the practice of law, since the filing of INS forms creates legal consequences having a substantial impact on the applicant.

May a Notary refuse to serve people?
Only if the Notary is uncertain of a signer's identity, willingness or general competence, or has a good reason to suspect fraud. Notaries should not refuse to serve anyone because of race, religion, nationality, lifestyle, or because the person is not a client or customer. Discrimination on any basis is not a suitable policy for a public official.