Notarised Wills, Probates & Powers of Attorney for use abroad
You may require a
notary public to verify the validity of an English will or authenticate declarations about
an estate when a loved one passes away in another country. You may need a
notary to certify your ability to act as executor.
If you wish to appoint
someone living abroad as your Attorney to deal with your affairs, you’ll need a
notary public to legalise the Power of Attorney documents drafted by a foreign
How we can help...
Our notary can
validate wills, declarations and ID documentation to assist the overseas
lawyers who are dealing with the probate.
If you’re making a
Power of Attorney, our notary public can ensure it is recognised and
enforceable in the foreign country.
We can arrange
appointments to suit you, whether at home, our offices, or another convenient
Our notary public Will
is regulated by The Faculty of the Archbishop of Canterbury and his notary seal
can certify documents for use in any jurisdiction.
Contact us now