Covid-19 Response

I am still providing mobile notary service.  California requires the signer to meet in-person with the notary so precautions are necessary to keep me and my clients safe.  I will balance precautions with compliance with CA state notary law.   Although I must require the physical appearance of the signer I will use CDC requirements to protect each one.  Also, thumbprints for all real estate and POA documents are still required.
 

What I am doing to continue safe mobile notary service

Follow CDC requirements, such as social distancing (as close to 6 feet as the space will allow).  If that is not possible, outside signings are also an available option.
 
Survey pre-appointment of the health of signers, others in the home for the last 14 days.
         
Pre-sanitizing of table space and hands and use of gloves during the assignment.  I can provide extra gloves should signer not have any.
    
Use of Signer’s own pen, or I will provide a sanitized pen.
    
Wearing the mask during the assignment, I suggest the signer wear one as well.
    
Sanitizing of the journal, seal, thumb printer, and other frequently touched tools.
 
I will not accept appointments if I am ill or another person in my household is ill in the last 14 days.
 
During the Pandemic, I will not perform signings in facilities such as Jail, Hospital, Skilled facility, or Assisted Living.  These are already high-risk signers in high-risk environments.  Not only would I become potentially exposed by being in those spaces, but I could also pass the exposure to others as I interact with other businesses, clients, and my family. 
 
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