What We Do Best


At Legal Document & Signing Center, we provide a full Notary Service for all your important documents. We are each a licensed, bonded and insured Certified Notary Signing Agent and a member of the National Notary Association. We pride ourselves in professional, accurate, prompt, and reasonably priced services.

Service Provider

We provide services for private individuals and commercial application in the Santa Clara County. We are experienced with Real Estate and Loan Documents (including loan modifications).

What is a notary?

A notary, or notary public, is a person authorized by a state or local government to witness the signing of important documents.

When the document has been signed, the notary embosses it with a special seal, which indicates that the notary has confirmed the identity of the person signing and that the document has been signed in the presence of the notary.

If a notary suspects identity fraud or that a document is not being signed willingly, they will refuse to notarize the document. They will also refuse to notarize a document if the person signing the document cannot provide proper identification.

We notarize a wide range of documents and can witness & stamp your paperwork for just about about documentation you need assistance with. We can handle emergency and late hour notary services for hospitals, convalescent homes and correctional facilities.

We Deliver

Legal Document & Signing Center specialize in escrow documents, grant deeds, quit claim deeds, affidavits of title, notes contracts. We can deliver completed documents overnight or express mail.

Legal Document & Signing Center will travel to banks, financial institutional, title companies, senior centers, convalescent homes, retirement homes, your place of business or your residence. We can also notarize affidavits, powers of attorney, trusts, wills, acknowledgements, bills of sale, authorizations to travel out of the country, etc.

The process of notarizing a signature is simple. The person who wants his or her signature notarized must present sufficient evidence to prove his or her identity and sign the necessary document. The notary completes the process by stamping or sealing, dating, and signing the document.

This face-to-face procedure helps ensure the authenticity of the signature. Don’t forget to bring your ID.

  • Mortgage & Escrow Documents
  • Home Loan Modification Documents
  • Affidavits of Title
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Notes Contracts
  • Grant Deeds
  • Quit Claim Deeds
  • Trusts & Wills
  • Bills of Sale
  • Travel Authorizations
  • Refinancing Documents
  • Adoptions Papers
  • & many more…

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I am not a lawyer. I cannot give legal advice. Legal Document and Signing Center is not a law firm. I can only provide self-help services at your specific direction.