Notarizing Affidavits and Statutory Declarations

Lawyers are, by the appointment as an officer of the Court, able to notarize certain documents. To notarize a document is to have a Notary (lawyer), examine the original document, make a copy of that document and then attest that the copy of the document is a true copy of the original document.

Sometimes individuals use the term “notarize” a document, to refer to situations where individuals are being asked to swear or attest to the truthfulness of statements contained in either a statutory declaration or affidavit. The lawyers at Nichols Law are able to assist you with notarizing documents, as well as swearing/attesting to statutory declaration and affidavits.