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Get your document legalised

Get your document legalised A document is “Legalised” when it has obtained the UK Government’s confirmation (by way of an Apostille stamp) that a public official’s signature, seal or stamp on the document is genuine. A Notary Public is a … more…

Getting Married Abroad

If you are getting married abroad or entering into a civil partnership  abroad you must ensure that you plan ahead and have all the necessary paperwork and arrangements in place. The Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) advises that you should: … more…

How to get a document Legalised

How to get a document Legalised A document is “Legalised” when it has obtained the UK Government’s confirmation (by way of an Apostille stamp) that a public official’s signature, seal or stamp on the document is genuine. A Notary Public … more…

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Private Clients

Our services for private clients include the following:

  • Certifying passports and other identity documents.
  • Completing all types of power of attorney, such as powers for the acquisition and disposal of foreign property, powers for litigation and powers for overseas probate and estate administration.
  • Certifying educational documents, such as degree certificates.
  • Authenticating documentation for emigration and immigration such as sponsorship declarations.
  • Certifying professional translations.
  • Documentation for the transfer of property abroad.
  • Declaration of single status for marriage abroad.
  • Declaration of a parent’s/guardian’s consent for a child to travel.
  • Certifying facts for pension companies.
  • Declarations for adoption procedures.
  • Administering oaths.
  • Taking affidavits and statutory declarations.
  • Any other documents that are required to have a Notary’s stamp and seal.

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