NON-CONTENTIOUS PROCEDURE BEFORE A NOTARY
A non-contentious procedure applies to a situation where the parties do not dispute, which means the individuals agree on a procedure (homologation of a mandate, tutorship to minors or persons of full age, etc.). Although an agreement is reached, it may be necessary to resort to a court or to a clerk to obtain a judgment. The notary can act on your behalf before the court in order to close a non-contentious procedure.
- HOMOLOGATION OF A MANDATE OF INCAPACITY
The homologation of incapacity is the document which enables you by advance to pre-designate one or more persons (attorney(s)) in charge to protect your welfare and administer your assets if you were to become enable to do it yourself.
- PROBATING THE WILL
Even when drafted by a notary, law requires that handwritten wills or wills signed before witnesses are probated and validated by a court or a notary on the death of the signer.
- PROTECTIVE SUPERVISION OF PERSON OF FULL AGE
Protective supervision aims to protect those made vulnerable by their disability. It has vocation to ensure their protection, to administrate their assets and to enable them to exercise their own rights.
- FAMILY COUNCIL
A notary is expert in family law. His role is to advice you at the various stages of your life. Whether for a marriage, a succession, a divorce or separation, a common buy, a child’s adoption, a division of property or a vulnerable person’s supervision, the notary helps you find the appropriate solutions and put them into practice whilst fully respecting your rights according to the law, and benefitting to you at the same time.