How Can I Get a Document Notarized?
What is a Notarized Document and who can provide them?
Notarized documents are often, but not always, affidavits, sworn statements of facts signed in the presence of a trusted and licensed professional. Some of these documents may be to be used in court. While many different professionals from Doctors and Dentists to Police Officers can provide notarization, they are often limited in what documents they can provide notarization for. Specifically, professionals are only capable of legally notarizing documents that fall under their area of professional expertise.
Why see a Notary Public?
Notary Publics are licensed professionals capable of notarizing most documents. They are frequently more cost-effective and convenient than seeing a lawyer.
What do we do?
Zancope Notary Public offers full-service document notarization, authentication and legalization and we can notarize almost any document in our Langley and Port Moody offices. We also have connections with the required Canadian authorities to ensure quick and correct authentication of your documents. We will take care of all the details required for the authentication of any documents, saving you time, frustration and reducing the risk of visiting multiple places of business yourself. We even work in several languages besides English, like Spanish and Portuguese.
Virtual Appointments and Remote Signing
During Covid-19 we are offering Virtual Appointments and Remote Signing to minimize contact. Virtual appointments are available for Notary consultation as well as other legal services like estate planning first meeting and signing real estate documents.
Real Estate Legal Services in BC
At Zancope Notary Public, we offer real estate services for clients in Langley, Port Moody and throughout
Greater Vancouver, Tri-cities, and the Fraser Valley. We can help you with buying, selling, refinancing
real estate, also provide family property transfers and independent legal advice. We are a
full-service firm that is well acquainted with real estate law.
If you have any questions about this article or sworn statements, in general, or if you want to
make an appointment with Zancope Notary Public, please contact us at (604) 260-6783.