and more Notary Public services in Melbourne
An Apostille is an official government certificate and seal issued by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) stamped onto the reverse side of a single page document or attached to multiple paged documents.
An Apostille verifies the seal and signature of the Notary Public.
DFAT’s prescribed fee for each Apostille is $84.00.
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Simply upload your documents for review.
Once received, our Melbourne Notary Services team will analyse your requirements, and contact you with an accurate cost estimate before you proceed!
“After a number of bad experiences with unprofessional notary publics in Melbourne, we were so pleased to find [Melbourne Notary Services] who offer a reliable service at a reasonable price. Mark Harrick is efficient and professional – I have never had to wait long for documents to be turned around following an appointment. Mark is also very personable – we have enjoyed working with him and so have our clients, who often request Mark if we require a notary more than once. I would definitely recommend [Melbourne Notary Services] to those looking for a notary public.”SOPHIE
I contacted [Melbourne Notary Services] for advice on notarising documents, never having been through the process previously. Taylah was extremely professional, responsive and helpful with all my queries, and talked me through what was required step by step. She booked me an appointment the following day, and the documents were notarised within minutes. A very easy and seamless process.SAMANTHA
We are conveniently located in the Melbourne CBD and complete most jobs on the spot!
The document(s) you require to be notarised – if a document needs to be signed in front of the notary, please ensure that it is brought unsigned. If you need a notarised copy of a document, please bring the original document with you.
eg. Passport (Australian or international), Australian Driver Licence, KeyPass, Working With Children Check, etc.
* ID doesn’t have your current residential address on it? Bring along a document that contains your current address, such as a utility bill (electricity, phone bill, etc.)
Mark Harrick was appointed as a Notary Public in 2011 and is a Senior Fellow member of the Society of Notaries of Victoria and a Fellow of The Australian and New Zealand College of Notaries.
Mark holds a Bachelor of Economics, a Bachelor of Laws, a Diploma of Commercial Law and a Graduate Diploma in Notarial Practice and was admitted to practice as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria and High Court of Australia in 1985.
Mark is the Principal of Harrick Lawyers and has extensive legal and commercial experience as a Commercial Litigation Specialist and a Commercial Law Specialist accredited by the Law Institute of Victoria.
Mark’s signature and seal are recognised by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and international embassies and consulates.