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You are welcome to contact the commissioner directly with any other questions about commissioner for oaths services, including any health and safety concerns you may have.

  • Is it safe to visit a commissioner for oaths during Covid-19?

    As the essential service provider, I have been staying open for you throughout the pandemic. All the recommended health and safety measures have been in place at my commissioner's office, and some of them were above and beyond expectations of public health regulators. For more details about how I keep you safe at my office please visit my COVID-19 UPDATES page.

  • How much do you charge for commissioner of oaths services?

    I strive to make my commissioning services affordable to anyone. My current fees for non-businesses are $20 ($25  in case of commercial paperwork) for your first document / act commissioned and just $10 for each additional one (GST applies). Another advantage is that my service is always appointment-based, which means no lineups ever and your valuable time can be utilized very efficiently: so even more savings!

  • Who can be my witness? Do I need to bring along my own witness?

    While I can directly witness many documents, in certain cases your witness and the commissioner for oaths must be separate persons. As a rule of thumb, if your paperwork includes at least one Affidavit of Execution that must be sworn in front of a commissioner for oaths, then you will be expected to provide a witness (or more than one witness as your particular paperwork may require). Generally, you may bring along any adult who is willing to assist you as a witness and is at least 18 years of age, as long as there is no conflict of interest. If unsure, please feel free to call or text me directly at 403-471-0180 to discuss your situation.

  • How do you accept payments? Do you offer contactless payment options?

    I accept Canadian debit and cash, as well as the following options for your convenience, all subject to 3% processing surcharge: credit cards (all Canadian-issued and most international are accepted), non-Canadian debit cards, Google pay, Apple pay, and other smartphone or smartwatch-based payment applications. Both tap and chip payments are supported.

  • Can I have my affidavit or statutory declaration commissioned if I cannot come to your office?

    If you are unable to attend in person for any reason, please inquire about my mobile commissioner for oaths service. In most cases I can assist you at your home or workplace (extra fees will apply). In extraordinary circumstances where it is not possible or is medically unsafe for the customer to physically attend before a commissioner for oaths, remote commissioning of affidavits for use in civil and family proceedings during the COVID-19 pandemic can be made available until further notice (extra fees will apply). Please feel free to call or text me directly at 403-471-0180 for more details.