Legal Translation Services

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Translations for clients from the legal sector need to be clear, accurate, and persuasive. It makes sense then to use translation experts whose previous experience has given them a sound grasp of the profession’s culture, language and terminology. At The Translation People that’s exactly what we do. We carefully select only linguists with significant experience of working with clients in the clients. Our legal sector translation services team has the eye for detail and special awareness of communication nuances to produce a huge range of work, like those listed below. Over the years, we’ve worked with legal firms, major legal departments, and patent attorneys. Confidentiality is key in legal translations, and our professionalism, processes and online technology helps to guarantee this with every job we undertake.

Types of Documents Typically Translated for the Legal Sector:

  • Immigration or naturalization documents
  • Contracts
  • Leases and similar documents
  • All legal and regulatory documents and patents
  • Insurance claims
  • Terms and conditions
  • By-laws
  • Power of attorney documents
  • Transcript and proceedings translation
  • Criminal, civil and commercial case material
  • Ambassador and embassy related papers
  • Judgments
  • Adoption papers
  • Wills
  • Localizing business cards, websites, and other marketing materials
  • Certificates of birth, death, marriage, and divorce
  • Interpreting for depositions, hearings and trials
  • Interpreting at meetings and negotiations

As well as creating great finished products, we pay particular attention to the way we manage every project, regardless of its size. Working with us gives you access to a dedicated account manager who will take direct responsibility for your project. We will always go the extra mile to make sure deadlines are met and the project is completed within budget. And with translators capable of working in almost every world language, with any software or media, our flexibility is never an issue.