Our Notary Service

Empowered by law, a Notary is a trusted public officer with the crucial responsibility of authenticating documents. Their distinguished position is specifically designed to cater to the needs of the public, particularly in non-contentious matters that often involve foreign or international business transactions.

While our appointments typically last between 10 to 30 minutes, we recommend booking in advance. However, walk-ins are also welcome.

- Document Authentication
- Witnessing and Validating Signatures on Documents
- Administering Oaths
- Notarizing Affidavits (Excluding those for Irish Courts)
- Drafting Powers of Attorney and other Legal Instruments typically handled by notaries public.

Our services encompass a comprehensive range of solutions, which includes proficiently notarising documents, facilitating the seamless affixation of apostilles, and if necessary, efficiently handling the consularization of documents. Leveraging our extensive expertise in liaising with foreign embassies, we provide invaluable guidance on complying with the specific protocols of various countries. Trust Abbott Solicitors LLP to streamline your international transactions and open doors to new horizons.

How we process requests

When it comes to documents destined for use in foreign jurisdictions, the invaluable assistance of a Notary Public is often indispensable.

Our distinguished notarial services encompass a wide array of vital tasks, including expertly handling deeds, agreements, and wills pertaining to real estate or movable property. We excel in drawing up, attesting, and certifying such essential documents, all accompanied by our meticulously placed official seal and a fitting certificate.

Operating from our Dublin office, we proudly serve numerous esteemed clients, including Corporate Solicitors, Corporate Banks, Fund Management Companies in the International Financial Services Centre, and private individuals. Count on us to streamline your notarization process, ensuring smooth and efficient global transactions. 

Types of Acceptable identification

Following the enactment of the Criminal Justice (Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing) Act 2010 on 8th July 2010, Notaries are now obliged to keep sufficient evidence on our files of the identity and the address of all our clients before we undertake any work.

From private individual clients, we therefore require one of the following original identification documents at the time of the appointment for each person whose signatures we are certifying and for the person who is acting as our client;

  • Current Passport 
  • Driving Licence
  • National Identity Card
  • Government Issued ID

In addition to the above, we also require prof of residence which can be one of the following original documents;

  • Bank Statement or Letter 
  • Utility Bill 
  • Letter of Confirmation From Lawyer