Welcome to Zekes Mobile Multi-Services
LOCALLY OWNED and OPERATED
Zekes Mobile Multi-Services is a professional Mobile Notary Public, Certified Loan Signing Agent, Court Filing and Document Retrieval Services, Process Server, Wedding Minister, Travel and Leisure Travel Agent and Real Estate Consultant serving Bakersfield California and local communities in Kern County.
Business Line 800 Number - No Text
Esequiel "ZEKE" Rivera
Owner / Operator
I ONLY OFFER MOBILE SERVICES
BECAUSE I HAVE NO OFFICE...
I am Licensed, Bonded with E&O Insurance & Background Check
I am the owner/operator of Zekes Mobile Multi-Services who has over 27 years of Law Enforcement experience and retired as a Correctional Sergeant from the California Department Of Corrections.
Zekes Mobile Multi-Services has been serving the community since 2015. From the beginning, my vision has always been to serve the community and residents of Kern County. Be it traveling notary services to the residents of Bakersfield or the surrounding communities, county jail and state prison notaries and even hospital notaries. If your in a need to get your legal documents or paperwork done, you can rely on the assistance of a traveling notary. I can go ANYWHERE that is convenient for you and I to meet. If you need your legal documents or paperwork, notarized at the last minute or within the same day. Give me a call.
Zekes Mobile Multi-Services allows clients to be serviced at their convenience, outside normal business hours and without interruption to their current work schedule. I'm unlike any other mobile service provider. I am here to assist you by providing you a wide range of services.
THERE ARE NO HIDDEN FEES....
Request an Apostille
The California Secretary of State provides an Apostille to authenticate California public officials' signatures on documents to be used outside the United States of America.
There are two ways to obtain an Apostille in California:
An Apostille can be requested by mail through our Sacramento office or by person. https://www.sos.ca.gov/notary/request-apostille/
What Happens When The Commission Or Seal Date Is About To Expire Or Has Expired?
In California, a notary publics commission is for four (4) years, at which point the notary public must renew his or her commission with the Secretary of State. Just because the commission seal date has expired, doesn’t mean the notarized document is invalid. As long as the notary public notarized the document before or on the commission expiration date, the notarization of the document is valid for the length of the document.