If you have a document that was notarized in Germany and you want to use it in Slovakia, it must be apostilled in Germany.
What we have provided for the client
The client needed to secure an apostille for the power of attorney, certified by a notary in Germany. It was a power of attorney to sign a purchase contract for co-ownership of an apartment in Slovakia.
The power of attorney was written only in the Slovak language, but the signature of the power of attorney was certified by a German notary.
What does the Apostille clause mean on a document?
Because the document was issued abroad, the local authorities must be sure that the document is genuine. In this case, it means that the notary who certified the original German document – the power of attorney – is verified.
The stamp and signature of the notary is verified on the document – this person’s signature model. Subsequently, the original document is given an apostille stamp, the document prepared in this way can be used in Slovakia or in another country.
Why choose us for legalization of documents?
- The manager of the legalization center is also registered as a lawyer in the Slovak and Czech bar associations
- We have 11 years of experience
- We provide apostille from almost all over the world
- We work with official translators, we can translate the document into any language
- We are aware that we work with sensitive information, documents are safe with us
- In the case of foreign documents, we first check the document to see if it is even possible to apostill it. This process may take 1-2 business days
- If the document is not properly prepared so that it is possible to secure the apostille, we will suggest the right procedure
- If we do not return the document apostilled, you do not pay for our services. We guarantee 100% satisfaction