Frequently Asked Questions


Do I need to make an appointment?

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.

What methods of payment do you accept?

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.

What kind of identification do I need to bring in?

All work requires at least two pieces of unexpired ID: 

  • one piece of government issued photo ID (eg., driver's licence or passport); and 
  • one secondary piece of ID (eg., care card or credit card). If your care card is on the back of your driver's licence, we will need another secondary piece of 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.

What do I need to do to prepare for my will interview?

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!

Can you witness the signing of my separation agreement?

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. 

Do you offer hospital calls or house visits?

We do offer mobile services around the Langley area for an additional charge. Please call us for more details if you require this service.