Notarisation, Legalisation and Apostille services throughout the week.
Notarisation on a same-day and weekend basis if needed.
We offer a service that is simple, fast and affordable with a friendly team you can talk to.
If your documents need to be legalised or apostilled we will liaise with the Foreign Office or the appropriate embassy or consulate on your behalf.
We can authenticate identification documents, signatures and corporate documents.
A Notary Public is a qualified lawyer - a member of the third and oldest branch of the legal profession in England and Wales. Notaries in England and Wales are appointed by the Court of Faculties of the Archbishop of Canterbury and are subject to regulation by the Master of the Faculties The office derives from Roman law and the Civil law tradition. In England and Wales, where solicitors and barristers form the predominant part of the legal profession, the particular function of notaries is to verify documents for use abroad.
For all countries
Oaths and Declarations
Passports, Driving Licences, Proof of Address, Foreign IDs
We have three offices, so you can book an appointment at a location near you.
We'll let you choose which office, which day and which time you would like to see us from our range of appointment slots.
If a weekday appointment isn't convenient for you, we also offer weekend appointments if needed.
If you have a document that needs notarising urgently we can also arrange appointments at short notice, including on the same day. Please call us to inform us of your situation so we can book you in as soon as possible.
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