Nicholas Cook Notary Public in Chelmsford Essex is an Essex notary public
Nicholas Cook

Notary Public in Chelmsford, Essex

Tel: + 44 (0) 1245 344371


About our notary public service in Essex

We are a notary service based in Essex, UK who offer customers from the UK and internationally a wide range of specialist legal services.

A Notary Public is an specialist solicitor offering international notarial services, an officer of the law who holds an internationally recognised public legal office.

The duty and function of a Notary Public is to prepare, attest, authenticate and certify deeds and other legal documents, for use anywhere in the world.

His or her signature and official seal renders them acceptable, as proof of the matter attested by him, to the judicial or other public authorities in the country where they are to be used.

why would I need an essex notary public?

Clients often require notarial services when dealing with overseas matters. A Notary mainly acts as an impartial and legally trained witness to authenticate and certify the execution of documents required or intended for use outside the UK.

All the work we undertake as a notary public relates to international legal matters in some way. We regularly witness or authenticate documents to be used abroad, with extensive knowledge of foreign laws and languages.

It is important that a Notary public is contacted as early on as possible, as requirements vary from country to country and further authentication from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office or applicable consulate may be necessary.

By virtue of the international status of his office, the signature and seal of a Notary is recognised as evidence of a responsible legal officer in most countries of the world.

Contact us for essex Notarial services

To contact the Nicholas Cook Essex notary public team send us a message using the form below or telephone us on +44 (01245) 344371. You can also email a specialist legal enquiry to our team via


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