Notary Public Service

At Lanigan Clarke Solicitors in Letterkenny, Co.Donegal and Dublin, we offer our clients a full notarial service. Our seal of office has been accepted by the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs for the purposes of the Hague Convention (1961) abolishing the requirements of legalisation for foreign public documents for those countries that are party to the Hague Convention (“The Apostille”).

What is a Notary Public?

notary public is an individual who is authorised to perform legal activities such as the signing of documentation, deeds, certification of contracts and other documentation in different jurisdictions.
Notary Public donegal

Requirements for a Notarisation

The Notary will require proof of identity and residential address and will normally accept an original passport, national identity card (EEA State members) or drivers licence as sufficient evidence of identity with a copy of a utility bill no more than three months old as sufficient evidence of address.

"We can't recommend Lanigan Clarke Solicitors highly enough.
Recently we had run into problems with our mortgage
and Garry Clarke guided us through the sale of our house and the settlement with the bank.
Garry made the whole process very straight forward and was available to us at every stage of the process,
calmly steering us in the right direction and also speaking with the bank
on our behalf when we ran into stressful and difficult issues.
His efficiency and practical support was invaluable.
Thank you!"


"While struggling financially with our mortgage and getting nowhere with our bank, we approached Garry for advice.
Garry immediately put our minds at ease, set out a way forward for us, dealt firmly at all times with the bank,
and saw to it that we received a satisfactory outcome. Garry was always available to take our calls,
to reassure us when the bank was pressuring us, and everything worked out just exactly as he said they would.
We received a first class and professional service at all times from Garry and his staff.
We would recommend anyone struggling with mortgage difficulties to contact Garry. Finally,
Thank you so much for helping us at a very difficult time"

John and Helen 
John and Helen


Below are frequently asked questions for notaries public, if you find that your question is not listed please do not hesitate to contact us.

How Much Does A Notary Cost?
An early indication of notary services costs can usually be given in advance. However, to establish accurate charges please inform our notary solicitors of the following:
What Service Do You Need?
Do you require witnessing signatures, certifying copy documents, obtaining Apostille?

Type of Documents Concerned:

For example, is it a Power of Attorney that you need witnessing?

Presenting & Signing Documents:

Are the documents presented in reference to personal or business dealings for your company?

How Many Documents?
The cost of our notary services depends on the amount of documents presented.
Which Country?
To which country will the notarised documents be sent?
How much does notary services cost?
Please contact us for a quotation on the cost of notary.

Contact us for more information

If you require notary public services, feel free to get in contact with our notary solicitors by dropping us a line in the contact form below.
[caldera_form id=”CF5b9259d8e6432″]



Lanigan Clarke Solicitors Dublin
1 Landsdowne Gardens,
Shelbourne Road, Dublin 4.

D04 X5C0

Lanigan Clarke Solicitors Donegal
6A Pearse Road, Letterkenny,
F92 V628

Opening Hours

 Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm


Dublin Office

Dublin Office: 01 531 3494  

Letterkenny Office

Letterkenny Office: 074 91 29110