A Notary Public’s role is wide and varied. We deal with matters including and not limited to:
Real Estate conveyancing
Your Power of Attorney
Your Estate Executor
Representation Agreements & Health Care Directives
Notarizations and more
Do you have any questions? We’d love to hear from you.
No, not in British Columbia. You must use a Representation Agreement appointing who you want to act, which should be accompanied with a Health Care Directive addressing what you want them to do. Spending some time with Goddyn Notary Legal Services can protect the future of your loved ones.
We offer a complimentary 30-minute consultation to first-time clients (excluding notarizations). During this consultation, you will discuss your needs with one of our team members. Our team has a breadth of experience and expertise, and during the initial consultation, we can refer you to the team member best suited to your needs. Please submit your questions and preferred consultation time through our Contact page.
You will be asked to provide two pieces of identification, one of which must be government-issued such as a Driver’s Licence, BC Identification, Passport or Permanent Resident Card. It is critical that the names must match on the identification AND your documents. Please call 604-531-2611 prior to your appointment if this is not the case. Note: a combined Drivers’ Licence and Medical card only count as one piece of identification.
A notarized document is a document that has been certified by a notary public. The Notary Public is an official who verifies the identities of everybody signing the document, witnesses the signatures, and marks the document with a stamp (or “seal”) and their signature. You may be required to see the services of a Notary Public to give legal effect to your documentation
Goddyn Notary Legal Services offers walk-in notarization service, Monday to Friday at varied times . Please call ahead.
At Goddyn Notary Legal Services,we are a support team that works with individuals, businesses, and families to navigate the legal and notarial process, making sure everything is done right the first time.sss