We are the first private notary public licensed by Dubai Courts.

We run with the mindset that the better we serve you, the more our business grows. This means that our processes and services have been designed to be fast, efficient and as easy for you as possible.

One of the ways we have streamlined our services is by specializing in electronic transactions and attestations. This means that you can get your attestation at the same time.

In addition, because we know how busy you are, we offer a “At Home/At Office” service. We can visit you anywhere in Dubai to attest your documents.













No booking required. No more waiting in queues.

The process would only take 10 minutes.
Come to our offices ( no need to bring any documents with you as we already have the templates).
Make sure you bring your Emirates ID or Original Passport with you.
Review your transaction, and sign on the e-pad in front of our notary public and get your attestation on the spot.


  • Finding the time to travel to a different location can sometimes be difficult. That’s why we have our “At Home” service. For a small fee we will come to you so you can sign the documents on the e-pad at whatever location you would like within the Dubai area.
  • Just send us the relevant paperwork for attestation and book an appointment in advance. It’s that easy.
  • Note: please have your original passport or Emirates ID with you when we visit you for verification.


We are authorised to notarise only specific documents as designated by the Dubai Courts. We are therefore unable to notarise personal documents or certify true copies of original documents.
No, we are unable to notarise affidavits or settlement agreements.
We cannot certify signatures on documents provided by clients. We can only notarise an endorsement of signature based on the electronic templates provided by the Dubai Courts. This endorsement would be a standalone document.
Because our service is electronic and connected with the Dubai Courts website, the transaction form is either in Arabic or bilingual (Arabic and English). No other languages can be added.
Yes we can notarise the Declaration of Residency only for the Emirate of Dubai.
No, we have electronic formats in our system which we edit according to your request.
No, this can only be done by the Personal Status Court.
No, this can be done at DIFC Wills & Probate Registry  http://difcprobate.ae/
Yes, we offer our unique "At Home/In Office" service. Just send us the necessary documentation before hand, make a booking, pay a small fee and we will come directly to you anywhere within the Emirate of Dubai.

Important points to note:

All documents must be legally translated into Arabic before being notarised - we have an in-house translator to do this for you.

Documents which are required to support the notarisation transaction originating from foreign countries should be attested by the relevant government authority of that country and attested by the relevant authorities in the UAE.

For further information, please contact our office.


Tas’heel center, Al Etihad Road
Opposite Al Mulla PLaza
+971 56 907 1777
08:00 am - 17:00 pm