Local notary to offer day of free service to public

The California Mobile Notary Network has announced its “Notarized Free!” event to be held on Tuesday, July 12 at locations throughout the state of California.
Network members will offer their services to the public free of charge as a community service between the hours of 10am and 2pm. Kimberly D. McKendell, the network member representing Southern Los Angeles County, will identify signers and affix her official seal at no charge. No appointment is required, however an appointment may be scheduled by calling (562) 477-3166. Free services are limited to two free notarizations per person. Documents should be complete except for signatures.
The Long Beach “Notarized Free!” event location will be The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, 4105 Atlantic Ave.
A notary public serves as an impartial witness in the signing of documents such as property deeds, powers of attorney, healthcare directives, parental permission letters, traffic school tests and documents requiring an oath. Under the direction of the Secretary of State, a notary may not create the document but will certify the identity of the document signer and administer an oath when needed. A valid, government-issued picture ID is required.
As a member of the California Mobile Notary Network, McKendell travels to businesses, homes, hospitals, etc., to provide convenient notary services to clients who are too busy or unable to travel to a notary public, at a time that fits their schedule. “We often hear that it is getting harder to find a notary when you need one,” McKendell said.   “We decided to make it easy for people to get this done for a day and let people know about our service.”
All California Mobile Notary Network members are bonded, tested and background-screened.

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