03 9419 6066
386 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne VIC 3002
As a notary public, Constantine Stamopoulos is a qualified, registered legal practitioner, admitted by the Supreme Court of Victoria in the certification of a full range of notarial services to individual, corporate and commercial clientele servicing Melbourne and regional Victoria by appointment.
At Bentleys, we offer notary and legalisation services in Australia. Whether you are in Australia or abroad, we go the distance in taking the time and effort to provide you with start-to-end affordable and efficient notarisation and legalisation service.
Our Notarial Services include;
We can also assist you with obtaining an Apostille or Authentication Certificate from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), and if necessary, legalisation through the relevant embassy or consulate of the intended destination country.
We can obtain this certificate directly for you or advise you on how to apply, and tell you whether the country involved requires an Apostille or Authentication. In some cases, documents also have to be stamped by the embassy of the overseas country.
We have experience in dealing with foreign documents and dealing with the DFAT, foreign embassies and consulates in Australia.
Feel free to send us an online enquiry for more information or a quote in relation to our Apostille and Legalisation services.
In addition to document preparation, notary and legalisation services that we offer, Bentleys provides high-quality specialist legal services for Immigration, Property, Wills and Estates (Probate) and Family law. We have applied expertise and industry experience to becoming highly skilled lawyers in the areas of law we practise in.
A notary public of the common law is a public officer constituted by law to serve the public in non-contentious matters usually concerned with general financials, estates, deeds, powers-of-attorney, and international business.
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Notarisation, Apostille & Authentication Services
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Contrary to what you might think, maritime Law is not a body of law concerned solely with the passage of ships at sea. It has significant implications upon the many commercial and recreational activities that take place at sea. There is a growing expanse of state and federal laws which governs almost all seaborne and associated activities in this region. These range from regulating the loading and unloading of ships in Australian ports to the exploration and recovery of off-shore petroleum to heritage preservation of historically significant shipwrecks..
At Notary Lawyer of Melbourne we have the knowledge and the expertise to help you navigate the ebbs and flows of Australian maritime law and its implications on your commercial interests and recreational pursuits.