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13196 Moraine Rd P.O. Box 34037 Truckee, CA 96161

WOW, what a pleasure Lee is to work with! I found Lee on My company is involved in a high end home purchase closing for a property in PA and the borrowers need to sign all docs in CA. She is responsive and professional and I know my clients are in great hands. Call Lee for superior service !

BRENDAN NOLAN on 24/05/2019 11:39:44 AM

Lee passed the 123notary Certification by Phone test on October 16, 2017 and got 90% on our basic Notary questions as well.

Jeremy Belmont on 02/07/2017 12:52:41 AM

I called Lee to have our loan documents notarized on a recommendation from our friends that called Lee for their notary needs. We didn't have much time as we needed to leave town that afternoon. Lee was very accommodating with our schedule and she arrived right on time. She was very professional and explained each document to us, which made us feel comfortable. I would highly recommend Lee for any notary needs and use her again.

Ed Greco on 16/10/2016 09:32:39 AM

I've had the pleasure of using Lee on a recent Seller closing. My clients were pleased with her ability to explain the closing statement and tax forms. I look forward to using Lee again and I'd highly recommend using her to my associates.

It's always great to work with experienced professionals.

Philipe, President of Diamond Star Notaries, LLC

Philipe Doren on 06/04/2016 06:52:08 PM


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