Will or Power of Attorney Apostille

With the increase in ownership of property or assets overseas the requirement to prove authenticity of documents relating to the sale or management of such assets may result in the need for these documents to be legalised by way of apostille.

Wills or Powers of Attorney will almost certainly bear the signature of a legal professional such as a Solicitor or Notary Public so can be apostilled without further processing. It is important that the Solicitor or Notary Public states why they are signing it (for example, 'Witnessed By') as a signature alone is not sufficient. All you need to do is send the documents directly to us and we will process them for you and return them ready to be presented to overseas authorities as required.