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2078 Tokay Street Santa Rosa, CA 95404

At 7:30 on a Sunday night we needed a notary. Elizabeth was available and willing to notarize documents related to power of attorney. She was much more thorough and professional than my friend had experienced before. She said she couldn't have been more pleased with Elizabeth's service. And her elderly mother's rights were protected because of it.

Kimberley Freeman on 4/12/2018 8:32:53 PM

Elizabeth is great to work with! She is undoubtedly our number 1 choice when we receive a signing request in this area. She goes above and beyond and her greatest attribute is being professional and friendly to each and every client. We would definitely recommend her as a signing agent, business professional, and as a qualified notary.

Tuan Nguyen on 1/23/2013 11:19:35 AM

Elizabeth is professional and has the industry knowledge to get the job done right. She is a true asset to our Agency and makes assignments given to her easy & carefree for us!

Michelle Williams, Owner
The Signing Agents, LLC
Tucson, AZ

Michelle Williams on 4/17/2010 12:44:56 PM

 

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