Frequently Asked Questions

Although we are always here to answer your questions over e-mail, we have included a list of several commonly-asked questions below for your reference. If you need more information please get in touch with us|!

What services do you offer?

We offer both Notary Public and Commissioner for Oaths services, including making true copies of original documents, and taking sworn declarations and affidavits. For more details, please see our Home Page. A list of our most commonly notarized documents is on the right. Although we can certify these kinds of forms (and many more), we do not offer legal advice pertaining to the contents or intent of the forms.

What are your hours?

We are open from 5:00pm to 9:00pm from Monday to Friday, and 10:00am to 10:00pm on weekends and holidays. Please note that we operate BY APPOINTMENT, so you must Contact Us to make an appointment.

Why don't you work during normal business hours?

We pride ourselves on our excellent service and convenient hours, which allow our clients to visit us without missing work. Like our customers, we also have daytime jobs.

I need to get my document authenicated for use outside Canada. Do you do this?

In the interest of saving our customers money, clients needing to get their forms authenticated will receive a complementary do-it-yourself guide to the authentication process. Documents can only be authenicated by the government; Our competitors who offer "authentication" services are charging you to send your document to the government (something you can do yourself with a little knowhow from us!)

Where are you located?

We are located near the Stadium LRT Station (intersection of 112 Ave. and 84 St.) in Edmonton, Alberta. To obtain our full address, please book an appointment. We are not a drop in service and hence do not list our address on this site.

How much do you charge?

Our prices are fully outlined on our Services and Rates page. We will follow this guide when assessing your fees. We accept payment by cash or cheque, but we are unable to accept debit or credit cards.

What should I bring to my appointment?

Aside from the document(s), we will also need you to bring at least two pieces of photo ID. At least one of these items must be government-issued (driver's license or passport), and also bring secondary ID such as a health care or credit card.