Notary Public Daniel Boisvert has lived in Delta most of his life and loves to serve his community.
Boisvert began his business 12 years ago, after being drawn into the profession by the field of work and by the potential to have his own business. What began as a one-man office has now grown to include five employees.
Notaries Public in British Columbia are legal professionals able to provide services such as residential real estate transactions, preparing wills, powers of attorney, health care directives, various contracts and other matters where the parties involved agree.
“Notaries public do the vast majority of real estate conveyancing in the province. We are the specialists,” Boisvert says. “The number one thing we do as notaries is real estate work. We are well trained and highly skilled.”
Buying a home is the largest investment many of us will make. The legal work related to buying a home includes handling all of the funds to complete the transaction and ensuring the title is correct.
“It’s important that it’s done correctly. You don’t want to find out five years down the road that your title was not transferred properly,” Boisvert says. “You can trust us to get it right the first time.”
Boisvert offers extremely personalized service at his firm and promises clients the peace of mind knowing that their legal work is accurate and done on time.
“Notaries are exceptionally well trained and educated, and we have mandatory annual continuing education requirements to keep us up to date,” Boisvert says.
As a father of two who is dedicated to his profession and the community, Boisvert spends his time outside of work as the president of the BC Notaries Association and as a trustee for the Delta Board of Education.
For more information about Daniel Boisvert and his notary public services, visit his website at www.deltanotary.ca