Our primary concern remains the health and wellbeing of our clients and employees.
As critical workers, we have been open since the start of the pandemic, with Covid-19 measures in place, and remain so during this latest lockdown imposed on 5th November 2020, in accordance with the latest Regulations and Guidance.
You can find out more about our current measures here.
Our status as critical workers has been confirmed by the Notaries Society.
It is the opinion of the Council of the Notaries Society that Notaries deliver key legal services, essential to the running of the justice system and as such they can be designated as Critical Workers. Notaries frequently attend on clients personally to deal with their legal affairs enabling clients who are consumers to honour legal obligations such as the preparation and execution of Wills, dealing with necessary arrangements following Death and the buying and selling of property. Notarial services are also essential for commercial clients in the conduct of their business affairs in Europe and globally.Christopher Vaughan
Secretary of The Notaries Society
19th January 2021
We can also confirm that the Legalisation Service at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office remains open, and we can still obtain apostilles on your behalf in good time. We continue to have access to Consulates for further legalisation, if this is also required.
Should you require notarial or legalisation services, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
We hope you keep safe!
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