Power of Attorney documents are usually signed by one person issuing power to another person to act on their behalf.
This may be on behalf of a company or on behalf of another individual such as a relative.
You may be issuing power to a solicitor or notary public in another country to act on your behalf.
It is likley that your Power of Attorney will need an Apostille before being presented to the relevant overseas authorities.
Once you have signed the Power of Attorney, in front of a Notary Public, you will send your documents to our office so we can assist you in getting the Apostille Certificate for your Power of Attorney.
Please note that most of the Power of Attorney documents need to be signed and witnessed by Licensed Notary Public prior to obtain the Apostille Certificate.