A Notary Public’s seal implies the notarization of a document. When we notarize a document, we verify the identity and signatures of the parties involved in the notarization. We will also ensure that the signatory understands the document they are signing. When a document is notarized, the validity of that document is recognized by the BC government and is valid for use outside of Canada/Province. Notarizing a document confirms the document’s authenticity, ruling out any possibility of fraud. Through careful steps like administering oaths and declarations, notaries aid in protecting an individual’s rights and property from fraudsters and coercion. ……..
Per the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, citizens …..
Estate planning ensures that your possessions and assets are allocated ………
A Will is a legal document that coordinates your wishes regarding the distribution of your assets after you die, as well as giving legal guardianship ……….
Personal Health Planning specifies the route you wish to be honored in terms of health-related decisions….
Property Transfer Tax (PTT) is a one-time provincial cost accompanied by the purchase …….
A Notary Public can provide a wide array of legal services to its client, whether assisting ….
Why do you need a Power of Attorney? A Power of Attorney (POA) is a legal document that provides a third party (known as an Attorney) with the legal authority to act on behalf of another. As the adult creating a POA, you are taking reliable precautions against future events in which you may experience…