Notary Public Services 

What is a Notary Public?

A Notary Public receives their authority from either the State’s Supreme Court or (in the case of Queensland), from

an English Archbishop.

A notary’s primary role is to witness the signing of documents and contracts, administer oaths and verify copies of

documents intended to be used overseas.

What you need to know about Notaries

FAMILY AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE – POST COVID 19

FAMILY AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE – POST COVID 19

Domestic and family violence during and post Covid-19, and identifying the “markers” of an abusive relationship Whilst Covid-19 restrictions begin to ease in WA, lawyers, counsellors and front line workers are starting to see a flood of family and domestic violence...

Legal Receptionist

Frichot Lawyers is celebrating 40 years this year. We have recently relocated to the spectacular Manning Buildings in the heart of Fremantle. We have a rare opportunity for a full-time receptionist to join our team. You should be a highly engaging and dynamic...

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