These are strange and unprecedented times we live in. Our office is open and we are taking the necessary measures to keep our clients and our staff safe. When visiting our office, we ask our clients to take note of the following:
1. As per government mandate, please wear a mask or other face covering when inside our office.
2. Please call ahead and book an appointment. This allows us to more effectively control the flow of traffic in the office and ensure that we have time to sanitize surfaces.
3. If there is someone else in our waiting room, we would kindly ask that you wait outside until the space is clear. Feel free to phone or poke your head inside to double check.
4. Should you be feeling unwell, or if you have been in contact with anyone who has been travelling, or anyone associated with COVID-19, we ask that you wait to visit us until after it is safe to do so. If you have an urgent matter that requires an in-person appointment, please advise us immediately so that we can discuss alternate signing arrangements.
5. Be Kind. Be Calm. Be Safe.
It is always best to make an appointment so that we can guarantee a notary is available for you. Otherwise, we will do our best to accommodate walk-ins, however some days we are fully booked.
We can accept cash, cheques, or e-transfers. We are not set up for debit or credit cards at this time.
Please note that this does not apply to real estate transactions; these require certified funds. Call us for more details.
All work requires at least two pieces of unexpired ID:
There are additional requirements if we are handling your real estate transaction, usually involving confirmation of your social insurance number. Please call us for more details.
There is absolutely no need to do extensive prep work. If you have previously done a will, you can bring that with you. Otherwise, a basic knowledge of your assets, family, and beneficiaries is more than sufficient. We will walk you through the rest!
No. Notaries do not practice family law, and as such, do not have the expertise to handle such matters. You should consult a family lawyer for witnessing requirements and any advice on legal implications of signing.
We do offer mobile services around the Langley area for an additional charge. Please call us for more details if you require this service.