Sample Documents

1. Affidavit, Solemn Affirmation, or Solemn Declaration

Used where you need to make statements for which you will be legally bound.

Click here to view and/or download a sample Affidavit, Solemn Affirmation, or Solemn Declaration

2. Consent to Travel Document

Used where a child is traveling without one or both parents.

Click here to go to the Canadian Government's consent to travel form

3. Invitation Letter/Affirmation

Used in support of a visitor's visa to Canada.

Click here to view and/or download a sample Invitation Letter

4. Special Power of Attorney

Used where you need to appoint someone else to act on your behalf on matters that you specify.

Click to view and/or download a sample Special Power of Attorney

Click for a Do-It-Yourself Special Power of Attorney (payment required)

5. Continuing Power of Attorney

A Continuing Power of Attorney is a special Power of Attorney set up to take care of a person's interests if they become mentally incapacitated.

Click here to go to the Ontario Ministry of Attorney General's sample Continuing Power of Attorney

6. Translator's Affidavit

Used where a Non-Certified Translator needs to certify a translation.

Click here to view and/or download a sample Translator's Affidavit

7. Affidavit of Execution for a Will

Used to prevent the problems that would occur when your witnesses predecease you, or cannot be located.

Click here to view and/or download a sample Affidavit of Execution for a Will

8. Create a Will

Online Do-It-Yourself Will.

Click here for a Do-It-Yourself Will

9. Affidavit for OSAP

Used when single parent appying for OSAP assistance.

Click here to view and/or download a sample Affidavit of Execution for a Will

Disclaimer

Nothing on this site shall be considered legal advice and no attorney-client relationship is established.

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Toronto Notary Public is not your legal advisor. Nothing on the Toronto Notary Public website shall be considered legal advice and no attorney-client relationship is established. Be sure to consult a lawyer to address the particulars of your specific situation if you think you need extra help.