Buying a house or making a Will are major decisions in your life. You need someone you can trust who will advise you… personally.
Tiah M. Workman, Notary Public has been serving the Nanaimo community since 1993.
We are conveniently located across from Nanaimo North Town Centre in North Nanaimo and easily accessible from both the Island Highway and the Nanaimo Parkway. Please call or e-mail to make an appointment.
We look forward to serving you.
Notarizations are available Monday & Friday from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. and Tuesday & Thursday from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Notarizations will NOT be available September 7th through 11th, 2015.
$30.00 for the 1st signature and $10.00 for each subsequent signature on the same set of documents.
Tiah Workman has been providing notarial services since receiving her Royal Decree in December, 1992. She operates a busy and successful practice in Nanaimo where she is a well-known and respected member of the community. Prior to becoming a Notary Public, Tiah worked for a number of law firms in Nanaimo with a focus on conveyancing.
Tiah has been very involved with the Nanaimo community for over 20 years. She has been involved with numerous organizations including the Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce, Nanaimo Women’s Business Network, Nanaimo Minor Baseball Association and Scouts Canada, to name a few. She is a proud supporter and sponsor of youth sports in the Nanaimo Community, including Dover Bay Secondary School Athletics.
Tiah was a Director of the Society of Notaries Public of British Columbia from October 2000 until July 2010 and served on many of the Society’s Committees, including serving as the chair of the Discipline Committee.
Whether you are buying or selling or both it can be a very exciting but stressful process. For most people, their home is their largest single investment. We want to make the process as easy and understandable as possible.
Estate planning is the process of sorting out how, when and to whom, the proceeds of your Estate are to be distributed. It is about planning to protect the interests of your family, both in the short term and upon your death.