Originally Posted by Mrs. LowUFO
I haven't actually gotten that far but I was wondering where do you have to go for this sort of thing? I wasn't even sure who was acceptable to sign these documents.
There are notary services, I think Red Seal is one here in Ontario, no idea how much they charge. If you know anyone at a law firm, most lawyers are also notaries so if you know one, they likely will do it for you for free.
Originally Posted by mrs*j*2011
It's probably different in Canada than it is in the States (I live in NY) but I didn't pay anything to have copies of our birth certificates notarized. I just went to my bank and they did it for free.
That is different. Here to get something notarized, it must be done by a notary public and you definitely couldn't get that done at the bank unless they had a notary there but they would definitely charge you for it.