Solicitors and Notary Public in Bristol offering broad range of legal services including Wills and Probate, Inheritance matters, Family and Matrimonial Law, Litigation and notarisation of all documents including legalisation where required.

Serviced Areas

  • Bristol and surrounding areas

Contact Details

  City Bristol
  Postcode BS7 8BH
  Address 48 Gloucester Road
  Phone Number 011 7946 7709

Products & Services

A Notary Public is a lawyer who holds an internationally recognised public office. The duty and function of a Notary is to prepare, attest, authenticate and certify deeds and other documents, for use anywhere in the world. His signature and official seal renders them acceptable, as proof of the matter attested by him, to the judicial or other public authorities in the country where they are to be used.

It is important that a Notary is contacted as early on as possible as requirements vary from country to country and further authentication from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office or applicable Consulate may be necessary.

He gives a totally independent, honest and professional service, based on years of experience in dealing Spanish related matters.

Comprehensive practical assistance and advice on all aspects of opening bank accounts, obtaining NIE numbers, making SPANISH WILLS, POWERS of ATTORNEY, Spanish taxes, Spanish INHERITANCE and Spanish mortgage problems.

Customer Testimonials

My experience with Marc White & Co. was simply awesome. Their services are very quick, efficient and professional.

Marc White provided an excellent faultless service. Extremely quick and responsive, supremely professional yet friendly and even emailed the documents for me! Would be my number 1 call for Notary needs without any hesitation. I am not pleased easily but I am a very satisfied customer who is happy to leave a very positive review.

Thank you for your efficient, professional and accommodating manner. I would certainly recommend Marc White.

Marc White provided an impeccable speedy service. He was the consummate professional, charged going rate and I would have no hesitation in recommending him for any notary business.

From Our Website

Our team of international legal professionals has many years' experience across a wide-range of cross-border legal issues. Our in-house expertise includes fully qualified French and Spanish lawyers and we regularly liaise with trusted contacts in numerous other countries. Our team comprises French, Spanish, Hungarian and Moldovan speakers, helping us to liaise directly with authorities across these countries. We advise on a range of legal areas that involve the laws of countries outside the UK, such as corporate law, criminal law, debt collection, employment law, family law, wills and probate, and property law.

Marc White & Co is a law firm based in Bristol which provides a high-quality, independent, professional, affordable service. We are experts in cross-border legal matters, particularly Anglo-Spanish law, and we translate our vast experience into an honest and plain-speaking service which is straightforward and transparent on costs. Whatever your legal problem, please get in touch with us for a confidential, no-obligation consultation. I am originally from Cheltenham and studied at Liverpool University.

When a document executed by a company in England or Wales needs to be presented to a foreign authority, it is often the case that the document needs to be notarised. The role of the notary is to provide reliable information concerning the document and the company itself so that the foreign authority, notary, or any third party, can rely on the document and the intended transaction or procedure can take place. The notary should be able to certify the name and personal details of the individual who signs on behalf of the company; how that person is linked to the company e.g.

Your will lets you decide what happens to your money, property and possessions after your death. If you make a will you can also make sure you don't pay more Inheritance Tax than you need to. You can write your will yourself, but you should get advice if your will isn't straightforward. You need to get your will formally witnessed and signed to make it legally valid. If you want to update your will, you need to make an official alteration (called a 'codicil') or make a new will. If you die without a will (intestate), the law can say who gets what.

Family law encompasses divorce, adoption, wardship, child abduction and parental responsibility. It can either be public law or private law. Family law cases are heard in both county courts and family proceedings courts (magistrates' court), both of which operate under codes of Family Procedure Rules. Relationship breakdown should not be the first time you take advice from a lawyer. We advise upon pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements and can assist where the relationship has broken down irretrievably.