Notary Public Services

PLEASE NOTE: I do not work in wills and estates or in family law. As such, I do not notarize wills, powers of attorney, or family law documents.

If you are signing a legal agreement, making an affidavit, or need a certified true copy of a document, you will need a notary public to witness your signature. A Notary Public in Manitoba is a person authorized by the government to witness signing of legal documents and certify copies. 

What’s the difference between a Notary Public and a Commissioner for Oaths? 

Documents witnessed by a Commissioner for Oaths are only accepted within Manitoba. A Commissioner for Oaths cannot make certified true copies. Documents witnessed by a Notary Public, on the other hand, are accepted anywhere in Canada. A Notary Public can certify true copies of a document. A document witnessed by a Notary Public can be accepted anywhere in the world, though some documents will also require an Authentication Certificate. 

To schedule an appointment to have a document notarized, call Vanessa at 204-557-1533 or email Pricing starts at $40 for the first signature or copy, $10 for each additional signature or copy. Note: DO NOT sign the document before your appointment. To notarize your signature, I must be present when you sign the document. Notary Public services offered:

  • Certified true copies
  • Declarations
  • Affidavits
  • Applications
  • PLEASE NOTE: I do not work in wills and estates or in family law. As such, I will not notarize a will, power of attorney, separation agreement, or any other wills and estates or family law document.

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Please note: I am currently on maternity leave until August of 2024. I am not accepting new clients or offering initial consultations during this time.