Services provided by the: Kyle Soble law corporation. Notary Public. Lawyer/barrister & solicitor.
Winnipeg Mobile Notary Public
We come to you! To your home or office to Notarize, Sign, Stamp and Seal your document. Our Mobile Notary Public Service is simple, convenient and saves you time - it's the alternative to you driving to an office and waiting.
Need your document Notarized? Contact us.
Ph: 204-808-0445 [or Toll Free: 844-8-NOTARY (668279)]
All documents are signed, stamped and sealed with our Notarial Seal. Then your document(s) is/are acceptable in Manitoba or, can be sent outside of Manitoba, to any other Province or, worldwide/Internationally.
Some examples of the documents we notarize are: Affidavits,Travel Consents, Background Checks, Agreements, Certified copies, Statutory Declarations, Oaths, Statements, Record (Criminal, Police) Checks for your job application or employment, Academic Certification for your University, College or High School degree or transcript, Translation / Translated (language) Documents Certified, Do-it-yourself documents, downloaded documents, out-of-province or out-of-country real estate or mortgage documents, etc. For a more complete list, click "services", here:
Need Legal Services in addition to Notary services?
Need a Power of Attorney, Will or Healthcare directive
prepared by our Mobile law office division? Click below:
Winnipegmobilenotary.com is located in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Confidential, Convenient, Bonded.
Winnipeg mobile notary public services,
*Serving Winnipeg and surrounding area
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Toll Free: 844-8-NOTARY (668279)
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Need a document Notarized? Contact us today. "We come to you!"
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