A Commissioner of Oaths is one who is duly authorised and entrusted with the ability to witness the signing and swearing of documents and to verify legal documents and/or affidavits (a written statement confirmed by oath) for use as evidence in court.
Our barristers have these powers but are restricted from using them in proceedings in which they are acting on behalf of any of the parties. Our barristers are available to advise on and draft change of name deed polls, affidavits, statutory declarations, or powers of attorney; and certify copy documentation (including passports) as and when necessary, for individual clients and companies.
The first step to instructing a barrister on your behalf is to provide us with some background information to your case. Our clerks are massively experienced and can help point you in the right direction.