Are you wondering what is the best way to have your documents translated into French? Legal documents, your website content, articles, posts, or even personal documents needed for the French administration or courts.
I am French, a NAATI-certified professional translator, formally trained as an English-to-French legal translator, and I have been living in South Australia since 2002.
With every passing year in Australia, I’ve become more and more attached and attuned to the French language. Translating my clients’ messages into French to help them communicate better with their French audience is my way of building bridges between Australia and France.
If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.
If you want to work with me, get a quote for a translation, or if you have any question, send me an email to:
Translations for publication from English to French (marketing, editorial)
This is what you publish (whatever the medium) and what you communicate about. In this case, the focus is on your French audience taking your message to heart; it is about content and form. Read more
Translation of Australian legal documents into French
Who are you communicating with? The judiciary? In this case, I'll mirror the layout of the source document. Or is it website users, customers, partners, or legal practitioners? The translation will take your audience into account. Read more
Types of documents translated: contracts, deeds, powers of attorney, affidavits, business law documents, family law documents, court documents.
Certified translations from English to French
Some translations required for official purposes need to be NAATI-certified, for example: birth certificates, marriage certificates, divorce certificates, consent orders, parenting orders, decrees of dissolution of marriage, death certificates, ASIC database extracts. Read more
Translations for information English <> French
A translation for information focuses mainly on content and less on form. As it is not polished, it is not suited for publication, nor is it certified. Read more
From English into French or vice versa.
Copyediting implies checking spelling, grammar, punctuation and syntax at sentence level - no significant rewriting of the text. Read more
Translations fit for purpose are
adapted to what you want to achieve,
and to what your French audience needs.
You will find information about my qualifications and credentials on the About page.
Contact me for • English-to-French translations • French copy-editing services
Send me an email to: