Helping you to prepare, attest or certify documents with our expert Notary services.
Blake Morgan’s Notary services offer Notaries operating out of our Portsmouth, Southampton, Oxford and Cardiff offices, whose main role is to certify and authenticate documents for use overseas for private individuals and commercial businesses.
In many countries, in order for a document to be accepted, it may also have to be ‘apostilled’ as well as certified by a Notary public. Our Notaries are familiar with these requirements and will advise you accordingly.
Main Areas Of Practice
Our specialist Notary services include:
Notarising Powers of Attorney
We notarise powers of attorney for use abroad. The powers of attorney are drawn up by the lawyer in the jurisdiction where it is to be used.
Affidavits & Statutory Declarations
Notarising Affidavits and Statutory Declarations for foreign proceedings.
Our Notaries offer a range of authentication services in relation to property transactions and corporate transactions abroad, this includes the certification of public and private deeds, and documents for use overseas.
Patents and trademarks
We work closely with our IP and trademarks teams and can assist with documents relating to assignment of patents and trademarks.
Certification of identity documents
Our Notaries certify identity documents for private individuals and company staff.
If you have married abroad, our Notary services team can help certify your documentation.
Certification of qualifications
Our Notaries can assist with authentication of all types of qualification certificates.
Our clients range from private individuals to large PLCs.
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