Blandy & Blandy LLP Solicitors

"A fast and very effective notarial service.”

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Notarial & Legalisation Services

Operating from the Reading offices of Blandy & Blandy LLP, Friar Street Notaries notarises and legalises documents for use overseas.

Clients with dealings outside of the UK will often require documents to be authenticated by a notary to be accepted by public and legal authorities in another country.

Our two qualified notaries (who are also partners and solicitors within the firm) advise both individuals and businesses, including public and private companies, multinational organisations and UK subsidiaries.

Offering unrivalled coverage and a full range of notarial services, we can provide you with a cost-effective, convenient and responsive service and assist with urgent matters at very short notice.

We can also handle legalisation requirements, whether at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office or any other relevant embassy/consulate. These can be dealt with quickly using our London agent’s expedited service in cases of urgency.

Please read our frequently asked questions (FAQ) before making an appointment.

 

 

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What We Can Help You With

  • Authenticating business documents, signatures & transactions
  • Certificate of Life
  • Certificates of good standing for UK companies
  • Certifying & authenticating copy educational qualifications
  • Certifying copy identity documents
  • Certifying facts about UK companies
  • Consent for child to travel
  • Documents relating to foreign property
  • Intellectual property – assignments of overseas rights
  • Legalisation
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Taking Affidavits, declarations & depositions
  • Witnessing & certifying signatures
  • Witnessing due execution of deeds

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Why Choose Us?

LEADING REPUTATION

We are widely acknowledged as one of the Thames Valley’s leading providers of Notarial & Legalisation services, with conveniently located offices in Reading, Henley-on-Thames and London.

HIGHLY EXPERIENCED

Our qualified notaries share nearly 70 years’ professional experience as solicitors and 25 years as notaries.

APPROACHABLE SERVICE

Listening carefully to your needs and aims, we are committed to providing you with clear, practical and effective advice, responsive and highly personal notarial & legalisation services and, crucially, value for money.

OUTSTANDING CLIENT CARE

We appreciate and are proud of the excellent feedback we continue to receive from clients.

FIRM WIDE EXPERTISE

Our clients can rely on our specialist expertise and legal advice from Blandy & Blandy LLP's specialist solicitors when needed.

Our Notaries

For expert legal advice call our dedicated team
Reading 0118 951 6800 or Henley-on-Thames 01491 572 323

Philip D'Arcy

Philip D'Arcy

Partner, Dispute Resolution & Notary Public

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David Few

David Few

Partner, Corporate & Commercial Law & Notary Public

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“Very helpful, even when it became apparent that extra work was required to legalise documents for use overseas.”

Client

“Very helpful, even when it became apparent that extra work was required to legalise documents for use overseas”

Client

“I settled a transaction in a remote location with the invaluable help of Friar Street Notaries.”

Client

Awards & Accreditations

The Notaries Society is the representative society for the 770 or so Notaries in England and Wales.

The Notaries Society is the representative society for the 770 or so Notaries in England and Wales.

Authorised to verify legal documents or affidavits for use as evidence in court.

Authorised to verify legal documents or affidavits for use as evidence in court.

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