Ensuring you have the correct identity and other documents notarised so you can manage personal affairs overseas.
If you are a UK citizen and need to manage personal affairs outside of the UK, you will require certification of your identity and signature by a UK Notary. This could include buying or selling a property, probate issues, certain working professions and getting married in a foreign country. Ensuring all documentation is completed and notarised correctly will help you avoid unnecessary delays and costs. Our specialist notary service solicitors can ensure you have all the relevant documents notarised.
Managing your personal affairs overseas has some additional complexities. Legal requirements worldwide are unfamiliar and can seem complicated. It can be a challenge to keep up with exactly what you need.
Many UK documents will only be accepted by foreign courts, authorities and other organisations once they have been notarised. For example, if you are buying or selling property abroad, settling an international probate issue, or wishing to work in certain professions in other countries, you will need to have the relevant documents notarised. Similarly, getting married in a foreign country will require you to prove your identity and eligibility for marriage in that particular jurisdiction.
Peace of mind
Many foreign documents need to be prepared or signed in front of a notary in order to be effective. Notaries have the authority to authenticate a document and certify its legitimacy so that it can be used in another country.
It is essential that all documentation is completed and notarised correctly to avoid unnecessary delays and costs. The precise requirements differ between countries, and it is not always clear to the non-specialist what needs to be done and how.
Why Moore Blatch?
Our notaries will make sure you have all the answers and information you need. With more than 30 years’ experience in this area our specialist notary solicitors can give you the clarity, speed and attention to detail that you need.
We are different because we don’t just notarise a document and leave you to it. We take the time to ensure that the whole process runs smoothly, (including dealing with relevant agencies such as the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, thus ensuring that your documents will be successfully accepted by the relevant jurisdiction.
We work on a fixed fee basis and all quotations are agreed before work starts, so that you are clear about the cost involved. For more information, contact Michael Caton.
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