I can help you with a variety of legal documents that need to be verified, attested, or notarized.
My expertise includes the following areas.
- Statutory Declarations
- Letters of Invitation for Foreign Travel
- Travel Consent Letters for Minors
- Insurance Loss Declarations
- Executor Affidavits on Probate Applications
- Certified True Copies of Documents
- Notarization/Attestations of Signatures
- Authentication and/or Legalization of international documents
What does it mean to notarize a document?
To notarize a document means to certify, attest to, or confirm the validity of a signature on a specific document.
Notaries Public in British Columbia have been granted the authority to attest to the validity of your signature on a document. By doing so, a BC Notary ensures that you understand the nature of document before you sign it.
What is the process?
If you need a document notarized, I recommend that you book an appointment to see me.
Here’s what you can expect:
- In our appointment I will review your document;
- Please bring two pieces of identification.
– 1 piece must be government-issued photo identification, such as driver’s licence, passport, or BCID.
– 1 piece may be a Social Insurance Card, Health Care Card, or a major credit card.
- Please do not sign the document prior to our appointment. We will have a short discussion about it and then you will sign the document.