Documents Translation

We cover all the common languages through our panel of experienced legal translators and editors. Translations are edited to ensure that a text reaches the highest standard of quality.

All of the partners and senior associates have followed the Scriveners Company traditions of study and successful preparation for examinations in legal translation.

A translation certified by  notaries ensures that your documents will be accepted by official bodies and institutions in the United Kingdom and elsewhere. Our clients have the choice (and one that is not available with an ordinary translation agency) of using a unified service of translation, notarisation and legalisation – from instruction through to delivery.

The firm is subject to professional regulation and observes rules of confidentiality in relation to documents entrusted to us.

Having offices in the city centre, we are in a position to collect or take delivery of important and original documents. We can also arrange for documentation to be dispatched to you by courier.

Why use our service

Email your documents. Scan and email your documents to our office. No need to post documents.

Fast and reliable service. We aim to complete most translations in just 24 hours. An estimated completion time will be provided at the time of order.

Competitive prices. Fixed fees agreed on every document.

Over 140 languages. Our team of translators can convert your document into a wide range of languages.

Certified translations. All translations will be certified by our company.

Solicitor certification. If required our solicitor will certify the document for a small additional charge.

Apostille Legalisation. We can legalise all translations with the apostille certificate if requested.

UK based company. UK based offices, with real people answering your calls and emails.

UK & International delivery. We can dispatch your document any where in the world.

We can translate most UK documents. The following list is just a sample of documents we are regularly asked to translate.Birth Certificate
Marriage Certificate
Civil Ceremony Certificate
Death Certificate
Grant of Probate
Affidavits witnessed by a solicitor
Power of Attorney witnessed by a solicitor
Lasting Power of Attorney registered with the Office of the Public Guardian
Criminal Record Checks (CRB)
Basic or Enhanced Disclosures (signed)
Disclosure Scotland (signed by an officer or Solicitor)
Access Northern Ireland
ACPO – ACRO – NIS Certificates
Police Letters
Last Will & Testament stamped by a court or signed by a solicitor
No Impediment Certificate
Letters of Authorisation
Subject Access Reports
Decree Absolute or Nisi
Letters of Attendance
Deed Poll of Name Change signed by a solicitor
Certificate of Good Standing
Companies House Documents signed by the Registrar
HMRC Certificate of Residency
HMRC Letters signed by an HMRC officer
Certificate of Free Sale
Rural Payments Agency Documents
Solicitor signed documents
Notary Public witnessed documentsEducation & Personal Documents
Disclosure Scotland
Subject Access
Degree Certificate
Masters Certificate
A Levels, O Levels, GCSEs
School, College, or University Letters
Diploma or Award
NVQ, GNVQ, Employment Awards
Transcripts of study
TEFL, TESOL, TESL & Language Studies
Professional Qualifications
Other Academic Documents
Employment Letters
P60’s, Tax Return
Driving License
Bank Letters

Company Documents
Certificate of Incorporation
Certificate of Incumbency
Certificate of Name Change
Memorandum and Articles of Association
Companies House Documents
Resolutions and Minutes
Annual Returns
VAT Certificates
Accounts or Tax Returns
Contracts and Bills Of Sale
Licenses and Agreements
Certificate of Residency
Purchase or Sale documents
Other Company Documents