Notarizations

I can help you with a variety of legal documents that need to be verified, attested, or notarized.

My expertise includes the following areas.

  • Affidavits
  • 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.
TO ARRANGE AN APPOINTMENT
CALL 250.592.1112 OR BOOK ONLINE

Efficient and Effective.

Morrie helped us with our travel letters which allowed our son to travel abroad on a school trip. Morrie always provides a consistent, professional approach. It is a joy to see Morrie in her beautiful office”

Lisa and Dave