Documents to be used overseas including powers of attorney, affidavits, passport copies, education certificates, travel consents, documents relating to overseas property or foreign inheritances, are often required to be prepared or certified by a Notary Public.
We can notarise documents for use worldwide.
We are happy to attend clients in person at our office, o for a small fee, attend clients’ offices and addresses anywhere in London.
We provide a wide range of notarial services for individuals. We notarise, legalise and translate your documents reliably and expediently. Amongst the documents we notarise include:
Powers of Attorney
Deeds of Ratification, Deeds of Revocation and others
Deeds of Acceptance of Spanish estates
Deeds of Transfer of Spanish property
Certificates of Law and Declaration of Heirs for use in Spain
Affidavits & Declarations
University and Educational documents
Copies of Certificates of Naturalisation
Passport copies and ID
Our notarial department provides a wide range of services to our corporate clients. We notarise, legalise and translate your documents reliably and expediently. Amongst the commercial documents we notarise include:
Powers of Attorney
Certificates of Good Standing
Companies House documents
Company constitutional documents
Spanish company documents
Legalisation & Apostille
Apostille standard and premium service
If you are using your documents in a country that has ratified The Hague Convention of 5th October 1961 on the legalisation of public documents, such documents ought to be legalised by Apostille at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office ('FCDO'). We arrange for the legalisation of your documents using the FCDO standard and premium services.
Using FCDO Standard Legalisation Service it can take up to 15 working days plus courier/postage time for the documents to be legalised.
Using FCDO Premium Legalisation Service we take your documents personally to the FCDO in London. Documents ready to be submitted for legalisation in the morning are legalised by the end of business on the same day.
If you are using your documents in a country that has not ratified The Hague Convention of 5th October 1961, your documents must be legalised at the Consulate of the relevant country, often Apostille of the documents is required before Consular Legalisation. We will advise you on the exact procedures depending on the country.
We translate documents in the following languages:
English 🔁 Spanish
English 🔁 Italian
Our translation service includes legal certification of the translation by a Notary Public.