A Scottish notary public can:

Certify as a true copy a range of documents for use worldwide.

Prepare and countersign affidavits, oaths, affirmations, and declarations.

Notarise documents written in a foreign language.

If you have official documents or papers that require to be countersigned or notarised by an authorised official, you will need a registered notary public to assist you.

 

A notary public is typically a legally qualified individual who holds an internationally recognised status that permits the official certification of a broad spectrum of documents.

Notaries public play an important legal role in Scottish life where the legal validity of a document requires the swearing of an oath. Only solicitors/notaries in possession of a practising certificate issued by the Law Society of Scotland can act as notaries in Scotland.

The smooth-running of many straightforward matters – such as a house purchase or sale, a formal job acceptance form or the completion of foreign legal papers – can be impeded by the requirement of a notarial signature. Often it can be difficult and expensive to make an appointment with a notary public to ensure the documents or paperwork can be submitted and delivered on time.

We serve the whole of Scotland including Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee, Aberdeen, Fife, Stirling, Inverness, Perth, Troon, Oban.
A notary public Glasgow can rely on.

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If you have official documents (academic qualifications, foreign power of attorney, divorce papers, etc.) that require to be signed or certified by an authorised official, we can help you today.

We are registered with the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office to provide notary public services to people in Scotland and all over the World.

A notary public is typically a legally qualified individual who holds an internationally recognised status that permits the official certification of a broad range of documents.

The smooth-running of many straightforward matters – such as a house purchase or sale, marriage abroad or the completion of foreign legal papers – can be delayed by the requirement of a notarial signature. 

If you have documents needing the signature of a notary public, commissioner of oaths or other official, contact us today on 0141 628 5544 to make an appointment, or email us now at info@weirlaw.co.uk . You can also send us a message on our Contact Form or talk with us anytime (including evenings and weekends) on our WebChat.

Depending on our availability, we can usually meet with you on the same day to take care of all documents requiring immediate attention. If you have been asked to obtain an "Apostille", we can guide you through that process too.

Partner and I required documents notarised to work abroad. Tim replied promptly to emails, arranged an in-person meeting at Fitzroy Place, was incredibly professional and efficient. Overall excellent service. Would 100% recommend and definitely use again.

Greig Torpey, Glasgow

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A pain free experience. Mr Weir was very friendly and made me feel at ease with the process. He spoke in plain English and made sure all my documents were in order. I've found legal documents frustrating to navigate in the past and he made it easy. I highly recommend his services. It was also really easy to make an appointment. I contacted the office via their online chat to make an enquiry and was able to book an appointment on the spot. Thank you!

Sara Donaldson, Glasgow

You may need to book an appointment with our Notary if you’re doing business overseas; if you’re getting married outside the UK; if you’re buying property in Europe or the rest of the world; if you’re the executor of a will that includes property overseas; if you want to certify academic qualifications and passports; if you require documents for opening a bank account abroad; if you need to certify power of attorney; or if you’re swearing affidavits or taking a legally binding oath.

Whatever your needs, we can help you within minutes of making contact. Call us on 0141 628 5544 or info@weirlaw.co.uk