Some examples of legal documents I translate into French:
- Confidentiality Letters
- General Terms and Conditions
- User Agreements
- Powers of Attorney
- Last Wills and Testaments
- Articles of Association or Constitution
- Minutes, General Meeting Reports
- Parenting Orders, Divorce Orders
- Other Business Law or Family Law documents
- Some Court documents
As a member of AUSIT, I am bound by the principle of confidentiality, regardless of whether I undertake the translation or not, so you can rest assured that your documents will remain confidential.
A few questions worth considering before sending documents for translation
When you need legal translations, it’s a good idea to think about the following issues:
- Does the translation need to be NAATI-certified?
No problem, I have NAATI certification. Just mention it when you send me your document to be translated. You can also have a look at the page on Certified Translations for more information.
- Who is the intended audience for the translation?
Is it for the French administration? A court of law? Potential partners? Clients? Website users?
- What is the timeframe for the translation?
Legal translations tend to be urgent, but at the same time, they aren’t the type of translation you want to rush. Let me know what your needs are and I’ll check my schedule to see how I can accommodate them.
Why entrust me with your translations?
As a French native living in Australia, I have first-hand experience of the two different legal systems. This compelled me to study English-to-French legal translation. I have since become a qualified English-to-French legal translator and I continue to learn, recently focusing on the translation of business law documents.
To receive a quote, please send me the text to be translated with any information that you deem important. I will send you a quote and clear terms and conditions so that everyone knows where they stand. And if you have any questions, please ask away.
Do you have legal or marketing documents that need to be translated into French?
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