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 vanessa@vanessafriesenlaw.com. 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: when first contacting me it is important that you only provide your name, contact information, and the area of law in which you need assistance. This helps me to avoid possible conflicts of interest. Please do not provide details of your claim or documents unless you are asked to do so.

As well, I do not work in wills and estates or in family law, so I do not notarize wills, powers of attorney, or family law documents.