We are the only legalisation agents in Milton Keynes. We are near the Legalisation Office and offer a next working day turnaround
Founded in 2008 by solicitor Neil Jopson, we are registered with the Milton Keynes. Legalisation Office which we visit every working day, and have dealt with over 25,000 orders. We are more than couriers and offer you a personal and legally qualified service to help and guide you through the legalisation process.
Notaries, please click on Services for Notaries. Here you will find your own terms and conditions and charges.
Members of the Public, the cost starts at £66.00 for an apostille for one document inclusive both of Recorded Delivery return postage and the £30.00. Legalisation Office fee, so please go to our Order page and print out and complete an order form which details the cost for up to 10 documents. Pay us online on the automated Now Calculate the Cost page and then send your order form to us with your documents.
Please note however, that your document may first of all need to be certified by a Notary Public; a lawyer qualified, licensed and insured to deal with foreign documents. If you need the services of a Notary , then please click on the link “Find a Notary” on the top menu. Documents such as birth, marriage and death certificates should not need notarisation, as the Registrar is a “Public Official” recognised by the Legalisation Office. Other documents, such as educational certificates and Powers of Attorney will definitely need notarising as they will not have been signed by a recognised “Public Official”.
Beware! The F.C.O. Legalisation Office in Milton Keynes has it’s own set of additional bureaucratic “rules” and requirements. We help you navigate this maze, and if there is a problem we will usually be able to resolve it owith you. If your document can be legalised, we will get it legalised!
We also work with reputable consular agents in London who will attend at the Embassies for you, if the cpuntry concerned is not a signatory to the Hague Convention and further leglisation there is required.