As notaries in B.C., we are commissioned to assist our clients in providing legal services regarding real property.
We can assist you in:

  • the Sale or Purchase of a home or condominium
  • the Sale or purchase of business assets
  • Family transfers
  • Mortgages and Refinancing
  • Private Mortgages
  • Easements and Rights of Way
  • Commercial and Residential Leases
  • Restrictive Covenants and Builder’s Liens

Our office is committed to providing assistance every step of the way for our clients. Whether you are a first time home buyer or a seasoned property investor, we cater our services to your needs.


According to a 2014 report by the Notary Society of B.C., just 55% of British Columbians have a signed, legally valid and up-to-date Will. A Will is the most straightforward way to ensure that your estate is distributed according to your wishes. A Will also helps to ensure that there is less stress on your beneficiaries and loved ones as well as the Executor who distributes your property. As Notaries Public of B.C. we help our clients with:
We can assist you in:

  • Wills and Estate Planning
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Representation Agreements
  • Health and Healthcare Directives
  • Executorship

As Notaries Public, we understand the importance of autonomy and preserving the ability for an individual in making their own personal and financial decisions. For this reason we add value to your estate planning documentation with thorough interviews and informative questioning.



Documents require witnessing under oath may signed in the presence of a Notary Public. The solemn oath that we as Notaries Public have taken to be sentinels against fraud provides us with the power to witness and testify the validity of client's oaths when signing.
We can assist you with:

  • Letter of Invitation
  • Travel Abroad Letter for Minors
  • Witness of Signature
  • Statutory Declaration
  • Affidavit
  • Authentication of International Documents
  • Proof of Identity
  • Name Changes
  • Passport Application Documentation

When a client comes in for a notarization the notary must be satisfied with the proof of identity. Our office requires two pieces of identification, one being issued by the government and is not expired. As notaries, we must also be ensured that the client understands the content of the document before we are able to complete the notarization.