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Are you in need of reliable and efficient notary and commissioning services in the province of Ontario? Look no further! Our team of experienced professionals is here to assist you. We understand the importance of accuracy, confidentiality, and timeliness when it comes to notarizing and commissioning documents. Whether you require the notarization of affidavits, statutory declarations, powers of attorney, consent to travel documents, or any other legal document, we are ready to help. Contact us today to book an appointment or learn more.

Initial Consultation

The process typically begins with an initial consultation between the lawyer and the customer. During this consultation, the lawyer will gather information about the specific documents or statements that require notarization or commissioning. They will also explain the legal requirements and procedures involved in the process.

Document Preparation and Review

Once the necessary information is gathered, the lawyer will assist the customer in preparing or reviewing the relevant documents. This step ensures that the documents meet all legal requirements and are ready for notarization or commissioning.

Verification of Identity

Before proceeding with the notarization or commissioning process, the lawyer will verify the customer's identity. This is a crucial step to prevent fraud and ensure that the customer is the authorized person signing the document or making the statement.

Swearing or Affirming Oaths

If the customer needs to make a statement under oath or affirmation, the lawyer will guide them through the process. This may involve administering the oath or affirmation and ensuring that the customer understands the legal consequences of making false statements.

Notarization or Commissioning of Documents

Once the documents are prepared, reviewed, and the necessary oaths or affirmations are administered, the lawyer will proceed with the notarization or commissioning process. This includes signing, stamping, or sealing the documents to certify their authenticity.

Document Retention and Recordkeeping

We are providing Notary Public and Commissioner of Oath services are responsible for maintaining proper recordkeeping. They will securely retain copies of the notarized or commissioned documents for a specified period as required by law.

Providing Copies and Certifications

Customers may require additional copies of the notarized or commissioned documents for their records or for submission to relevant authorities. The lawyer will assist in providing certified copies or certifications as necessary.

Continuing Support and Guidance

Even after the notarization or commissioning process is complete, lawyers are available to provide ongoing support and guidance to customers. They can address any questions or concerns regarding the notarized or commissioned documents and offer assistance with related legal matters.


A Notary Public primarily witnesses and authenticates legal documents, while a Commissioner of Oath administers oaths and affirmations.

Various documents such as affidavits, contracts, deeds, powers of attorney, and statutory declarations can be notarized or commissioned.

The duration can vary depending on the complexity and number of documents involved. Simple transactions may take a few minutes, while more intricate matters might require additional time.

Yes, depending on the jurisdiction and applicable laws, lawyers may offer remote notarization or commissioning services through secure electronic platforms.

Fees can vary depending on the lawyer and the complexity of the services provided. It is recommended to inquire about the fees during the initial consultation.


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