California Power of Attorney Apostille

We specialize in obtaining a California Apostille for Power of Attorney documents.  It’s important to speak with an Attorney or someone knowledgeable to help draft the correct Power of Attorney forms.  Some Power of Attorney documents are drafted by an Attorney from the destination country (Example: Mexico, Russia, Poland, etc…) while others can be prepared by simply writing out a few words on a paper.  It’s best to find out exactly what should be written in order to avoid any future delays.

The Power of Attorney can be in any language.  As long as the signer (the person signing the power of attorney in front of the notary) speaks the same language as the notary, the document can and must be notarized.  The notary will attach a document called a “California Acknowledgment” to the Power of Attorney preferably after the page that’s signed.  All notaries have this document on hand.

Follow these two simple steps in order to obtain a California Apostille for your Power of Attorney…

Step 1: Have your Power of Attorney prepared.  You can either do it yourself or hire someone to help you.  Keep in mind that your Power of Attorney can be in any language.  As long as the signer and notary speak the same language, the notary can and must notarize the document.  You can find a local notary to help you by searching online.

Step 2: Send us your notarized document with our Sacramento Apostille Order Form.  We accept all four major credit cards, money order, cashier’s check, and online through Paypal.  It’s important to send us your document by FedEx, UPS, or USPS Priority Mail and always get a tracking number.

It’s that simple!

Documents received by 10:30am will be processed the same day and returned to you for next business day delivery.  We also provide international shipping.  Additional shipping rates apply.

Apostilles can be complicated. Don’t leave this process to untrained employees or non-professionals who do not fully understand the California Apostille process and the unique requirements of certain countries. Your paperwork could be rejected costing you time and money. Don’t let this happen to you!