Providing Professional Convenient Service
I work with many professions across the province
My career started as a Mortgage Professional with East Coast Mortgage Brokers. There I found myself working alongside Lawyers, Realtors, Appraisers and other professions to serve my clients best. Affidavits are common among mortgage transactions, which is why I now find myself offering this service. Not only do I wear this hat for those with mortgage needs but to also extend the convenience to others in an affordable way.
As an appointed Commissioner For Oaths I am pleased to offer...
Services are confidential with privacy and discretion guaranteed.
Born and raised in beautiful Mount Pearl I became actively involved within my community and it’s Chamber of Commerce. Over the years I have joined various committees; helping address consumer credit reporting, fundraising, and volunteering for local causes such as the NL Special Olympics, Local SPCA, and The Vera Perlin Society which I share a passion.
I graduated with a Business Administration Diploma from The College of the North Atlantic, later went on to complete the Mortgage Professionals Canada Broker Program. As this industry is constantly evolving with changing landscapes, I feel continuing education is an absolute necessity to stay on top, offering my clients the best service. This lead me to this appointment and expanding my services.
In my spare time you can find me walking my dog “Cohen” along one of Mount Pearls many trails, be sure to say “Hi”, I will always make time to chat.
Services are flexible, extending into the evenings and weekends.
The person affirming or swearing to a document must do so in person before a commissioner of oaths, with proper government identification. All documents are to be completed in full with exception of the signature and date.
A commissioner of oaths is authorized to administer an oath or declaration made in affidavits and other sworn documents.
A notary pubic is authorized to witness the execution of contracts, agreements, and most legal documents.
Newfoundland Oaths does not offer legal advice.
All pertinent documents ready for signing, a valid government issued I.D. and the person(s) signing the document(s) must be present before the commissioner.
For marriage licenses, the person officiating the marriage, date and location details are required. For those whom have been married previously a decree for divorce or certificate of divorce are required.
Yes, depending on service fees start at $20.
Applications can be found at the following link and must be completed prior to the appointment.
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Administering oaths, take and receive affidavits, statutory declarations and affirmations for use in court or other legal proceedings. Issuer of marriage license.