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Notary and Civil Marriage Officiant – “At your service since 2011”

One of the important parts of the organization of your marriage is to choose your officiant. It is your officiant who will set the pace of the ceremony.
If you are opting for a civil marriage, it will be a wise choice to have a notary solemnize your marriage. In addition to solemnization of the ceremony, your notary will give you a wealth of legal information and advice regarding the effects of the marriage and other related matters. It is also possible for the notary to solemnize your marriage much sooner than the Courthouse.
It is naturally important to choose a notary who has the required experience and presence in order to perform and lead the ceremony. Mona Salehi is your best choice for your civil marriage officiant notary. Her marriage services include a legal consultation, publication of the bans, performing the ceremony and sending the signed documents to the government for registration.
As a free and courtesy benefit, her ceremony room, simple and elegant, is at your disposal for the ceremony. Thus, you will not be married in an office, around computers and papers, but in a private and purely white room. If you wish to get married in Montreal, wait no more and contact us!

We Offer Various Services Such as:

Wedding Celebration

Solemnizing your marriage before a notary carries many advantages. The notary will be able to provide you with personalized legal advice.

Will Preparation Service

Unlike a holographic will and a will before witnesses, a notarial will take effect upon the death of the testator and does not need a verification.

Marriage Contract

A marriage contract is a legal document that allows you to choose a matrimonial regime which is different from the legal and regulatory regime.

Certification and affidavits

The notary is the official authority who can certify or notarize affidavits or make true copies.

Notary Marriage

With several thousand weddings celebrated in her career, Mona Salehi notary and her team are able to assist you in making your civil wedding a memorable event.

It was in 2002 that the law allowed notaries to perform civil marriages. The notary has the privilege of being an actor and a key witness to the marriage of the couples who marry each other in Quebec. The notary who will celebrate your civil marriage will answer your questions about matrimonial regimes, the prenuptial agreement, the conduct of the ceremony, obtaining a marriage certificate, etc. Thanks to her expertise, the notary will be able to inform you of ways to protect your wealth, and your loved ones after marriage, for example through a will. As of your civil marriage, the notary will be your family legal advisor who will accompany you through the major stages of your life.


– Mtre. Mona Salehi, notary LL.L D.D.N. –

Mtre. Mona Salehi graduated in notarial law from the University of Montreal and is a member of the Chambre des notaires du Québec and
the Professional Association of Notaries of Quebec.


Mtre. Mona Salehi graduated in notarial law from the University of Montreal and is a member of the Chambre des notaires du Québec and the Professional Association of Notaries of Quebec.

– 2011

Member of the Chamber of Notaries of Quebec and the Association of notaries.

– 2012

Member of the International Union of Notaries.

– 2016

Accredited Mediator by the Institut de médiation du Québec


  • How we can help you?

    When it comes to real estate transactions, drafting a will, a mandate in anticipation of incapacity or any other legal documents, or the settlement of an estate, the celebration of a marriage or civil union, or even to drafting a separation agreement or other legal process, We will advise you and offer the different choices available to you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can a notary marry you in Quebec?

Absolutely. Since 2002, a notary can solemnize the marriage of a couple in Quebec. Getting married with a notary has many advantages such as having a consultation end legal advice and explanations on the various matrimonial regimes. The notary will also take charge of the administrative/registration aspect of the civil marriage with the  Directeur de l’état civil du Québec.