We have knowledge of foreign law and overseas jurisdictions.

Jevon Alcock

About Me

Jevon Alcock qualified as a Solicitor in 2002. He was appointed as a Notary Public by the Chief Justice for Dublin City, Fingal, South Dublin, Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown, and the Counties of Kildare, Meath and Wicklow. He is commissioned for life. Jevon is also a qualified Solicitor in the United Kingdom and in New South Wales (Australia). He has a very good knowledge of foreign law and overseas jurisdictions.

Mobile Notary

1. We Work 365 Days

We are pleased to offer our services on weekends and Bank Holidays

2. Spanish Speakers

We have a special interest in assisting Spanish speakers

3. Send Documents to Australia

We are pleased to be able to assist people who need documents notarised for Australia.


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Attesting Signatures

Attesting Signatures to Powers of Attorney for the sale/purchase of property abroad


Drafting and Preparing Powers of Attorney


Certifying copy documents

Certifying copy documents like passports to be true copies


Travel abroad with children

Permission to let one parent travel abroad with children


Attesting Foreign Adopting packs

Particular interest in Spanish speaking countries


Notarising Qualifications

Notarising Qualifications (Diploma/Degree) for overseas Employers/Universities, for example, some Institutions in Australia insist on qualifications being notarised

Contact Us

Please contact us to discuss your requirements and we can inform you of the cost. An early indication of the cost can usually be given in advance. In order to establish the likely charge we need to know what services you need?, the type of documents concerned?, who is signing or presenting the documents? – are they personal papers or for a Company?, how many documents are there?, and which country are they going to?

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