Thu O'Mahony - Notary Public

Experienced in all kinds of Notary requirements

Located in Rheem Shopping Center between CVS and Home Goods

Direct Phone: (925) 787-4338
Please call ahead to check availability
Address:     584 Center St., Moraga CA 94556



What Is the Notarization Process?

When Notarizing documents, the Notary Public requires proper ID from each party signing the documents to be notarized.

Our Notary will ask to see a current state or federal identification document that has a photograph, physical description and a signature. Below is a list of proper identification that is accepted.

  • California Driver’s License
  • California Identification Card
  • Other States Drivers License
  • Other State Identification Card
  • U.S. Passport
  • Foreign Passports Stamped by U.S. Customs Dept.
  • U.S. Military ID card
  • Canada Drivers License
  • Inmate ID card
  • Mexico Driver’s License

Document to be notarized should be text within the document. The signature must be an original, no photocopies are accepted. If taking an oath, it must be signed in front of Notary. The notary must complete and or attach a notary certificate.

What does a public notary do?

A Notary Public will witness the signing of documents and asks each party for a sworn oath of authenticity. A notary (or a notary public) is a person legally authorized by a state to take acknowledgments, administer oaths, certify documents.

The Notary public ensures that the person signing a document to be notarized Is who she or he says they are according to state guidelines.

The signature seal stamp are evidence that the signature of the Notary is genuine and that the person is a notary public in the state of California. The Notary public’s seal shall either be a seal press or a rubber stamp. Either of these is acceptable. These shall be the exclusive property of the notary public. The notary public’s signature and seal is required to authenticate the signatures on many legal documents. Notaries are not responsible for the legality of the documents they notarize. Notaries certify the signers identity. The signers are responsible for any content of the documents.