French translations in Ireland.
At DocsBase Translation Services, we offer the most cost effective and high quality fully certified French translations in Ireland and Europe. We understand that the translation and legalisation of your document can appear daunting but don’t worry; we are here to make it easy for you. Our system is clear, simple and ensures you receive your document quickly and with the minimum amount of fuss.
We provide the highest quality and most cost effective French to English and English to French fully certified translations. Our French translators, editors and proofreaders have years of experience translating French civil documents, Birth Certificates, Marriage Certificates, Divorce Certificates, Diplomas, Degrees, Adoption documents, Power of Attorney, French court decisions, French criminal records, other types of documents and specific fields of terminology including medical, legal, academic, technical, financial, etc. The list is endless!
We only work with the best linguists around the world, ensuring 100% quality and unbeatable completion time
All of our translations are fully certified and we can even have them attested by a Notary Public or Solicitor if required. If your document needs to be legalised for use in another country, we can notarise the translated document and then legalise it by placing an Apostille on it.
You can rest assured safe in the knowledge that all of your documents will word perfect, quickly translated and all for the lowest price in Ireland.
We are always happy to meet our clients in person in one of our offices but, we know how important your time is. This is why you don’t have to come to us in person. All you have to do is send us a scan or take a photo with your smart phone and email it to us. Just make sure the photo is very clear! That is all we need in order to arrange a quotation for you and even begin translating. The fully certified translation will be sent to you within a very short timeframe.
Our fully certified French translations are valid internationally as well as in the Republic of Ireland.