Notary in Glasgow
Our Notary public services include, but are not limited to:
- Statutory Declarations
- Certification of True Copies of Documents
- Certification of Passport Application
- Certification of official Deeds
- Administration of oaths and declarations
- Power of Attorney
- Foreign document certification for legal use abroad
Our charges are based on the work carried out in each particular case and our policy is to estimate the full cost of the service in advance so that the charges are known at the outset.
Notary services ‘out of hours’
Please contact me for weekend and evening appointments. Enquiries can be made via telephone or email. I can come to you, or to keep the cost down, individuals can arrange a convenient location.
Short notice meetings
I appreciate that notarial work tends to be urgent and am happy to fix appointments at very short notice, subject to availability.
What ID is required?
Please bring your passport with you and proof of address (such as a utility bill dated within the last six months). This information will enable me to be satisfied of your identity and to attest that you have appeared before me and signed the document in front of me.
Other legal services
Notary, Sophie Wagner’s law firm, A.S Wagner Solicitors, have been providing quality legal counsel and expertise for over 35 years across Glasgow and Scotland. The firm specialises in all aspects of Estate Agency and Conveyancing Law, as well as Family Law, Wills and Executries.
Conveniently located next to Glasgow’s iconic Queen Street Train Station, George Square and Buchanan St Underground station, A.S Wagner provide a personal, friendly service
Charges and estimates
Our charges are as recommended by the Notaries Society.
There is an hourly rate of £180 + VAT plus disbursements if applicable. There is a minimum fee of £60 + VAT. Most jobs of work take a minimum of about twenty minutes to complete. This includes the time taken to make the appointment, check identities and authorities, make sign and seal the certificate and make appropriate records.
If your document needs to be legalised, additional costs are incurred; the Foreign and Commonwealth (FCO) charge for each Apostille (the stamp of approval of the British Government). The cost – as at March 2012 – is £30 per Apostille per document. Furthermore, some countries will require further certification from their local Consulate or Embassy. Fees for this requirement can vary greatly – as can the time taken to process the document concerned: please enquire.
How to pay
Bank Transfer / Credit/Debit Card / Cash/ Registered Corportate Clients by invoice
34, West George Street, Glasgow, G2 1DABy car:
If you are travelling by car from the M74, take the M74 to Carnoustie Street and take the exit toward Kinning Parkfrom M74. Turn left onto Scotland Street, turn left onto West Street, and then turn left onto the ramp to Edinburgh/M8 East/Stirling/M80. Keep right at the fork to continue toward Bothwell Street, turn left onto W Campbell Street which becomes Nelson Mandela Place. Continue onto W George Street and the office will be on the left.
If you are travelling from the West of the M8 head southeast on the M8 and at Junction 18, exit toward Anderston/Charing X/City Centre. Merge onto Bothwell Street, turn left onto W Campbell Street and turn right onto W George Street. W George Street turns slightly right and becomes Nelson Mandela Place, continue onto W George Street and the office will be on the left.
If you are travelling by train, the nearest train station is Glasgow Queen Street train station which is a 2 minute walk from the office. When exiting the station, head south toward N Hanover Street, turn right onto N Hanover Street and turn right onto George Square. Continue onto W George St and the office will be on the right.By bus:
If you are travelling by bus, there are frequent buses that stop near the notary public. Buses 263, 16, 17, 18, 21, 267, 19, 19A, 60, 61 are regular buses that stop near the office.