Notarizing & Commissioning Legal Documents
The Law Clinic is open extended hours, 6 days a week. We accept both booked appointments and walk-ins for notarizations and commissioning legal documents. We encourage appointments as those clients will receive a priority over walk-ins.
Every person requesting the above services will be required to produce an unexpired Government issued photo identification and one other acceptable form of identification such as birth certificate, credit card, social insurance card, healthcare card (other than Alberta), valid photo employment card, firearms possession and acquisition car or other acceptable identification.
For documents that will be used within the Province of Alberta (in most circumstances where legal advice is not necessary) one of our Commissioners for Oath will be able to assist you.
For documents that will be used outside of the Province of Alberta or Canada that service must be performed by a Notary Public, and if legal advice is required by a Lawyer.
All of our staff members hold the designation of Commissioners for Oath and we have both a non-lawyer Notary Public and Lawyer(s) that are also Notary Publics.
The cost of the service will be finalized once the services and documents you require can be viewed and verified by a member of our firm. Discounts may be available for transactions involving more than three (3) documents requiring either notarization or commissioning – in the discretion of the firm’s personnel.
Some documents for use outside of Canada may also require a Certificate of Authentication. When a Certificate of Authentication is required the document containing the Notary Public’s original signature and seal can be mailed, brought in person or delivered by courier to the Deputy Provincial Secretary’s Office, who holds the official records of Notaries Public of the Province of Alberta including records of their signatures and seals. The current fee is $10.00 for each Certificate provided payable to the Government of Alberta. The address is: Deputy Provincial Secretary’s Office, Rm 111, 9833 – 109 Street, Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2E8.
The Law Clinic currently also has personnel that can communicate in most of the Slavic languages, Vietnamese, some Hebrew, in addition to English.