Notary Publics are essential to the legal system as many official documents must be “notarized.” A notary public is a person authorized by his government to serve the public in non-contentious matters and has the statutory powers to witness documents, administer oaths, and perform other wide-ranging administrative functions of a national and international nature.
A document is “notarized” with a special embossed notary seal to affirm that the signers are indeed who they say they are. The notary affixes his official seal or stamp, to documents immediately under, adjacent or as near as possible to their signatures.
Many institutions and government authorities require notary translations of certain documents in foreign languages such as certificates, passports, birth certificates marriage licenses, divorce and death certificates, important statements and more.
The precise translation of these documents is vital and must be performed by a professional translator and thereafter certified by a notary, who is responsible for the correctness of the translation.
If the translation is not accurate or if there is an error of some kind, the client himself ends up in the middle between the translator and the certifying notary, spending an endless amount of time running around trying to get the job done correctly.
Hebrew-translation.com ensures that the document is translated accurately and professionally from the very beginning… The entire procedure is conducted opposite a notary, who is responsible for both the translation and the notarization.
Hebrew-translation.com saves the client time, money and a myriad of hassles.
Among the translations done by hebrew-translation.com are the following:
- Attesting documents and certifying their due execution for use
- Preparing and certifying powers of attorney, wills, deeds, contracts and other legal documents
- Witnessing signatures to affidavits, statutory declarations, powers of attorney, contracts, and other documents
- Verifying documents
All Hebrew notary translations performed by hebrew-translation.com are proofread and edited by a professionally qualified notary/translator.