Notary Savchenko Natalya Borisovna reviews

Moscow notary Natalya Borisovna Savchenko will thoroughly explain your rights and obligations, warn you about the consequences of notarial actions, so that legal ignorance will not be used to your detriment by anyone.
Professional activity of notary Savchenko N.B. insured by the insurance company AlfaStrakhovanie, which in itself is an additional guarantee of the notary’s property liability to the client.
The notary is located near the Savelovskaya or Maryina Roshcha metro stations. Employees of the notary office will provide assistance to individuals and legal entities in exercising their rights and protecting legitimate interests.
In our notary office you can carry out all types of notarial actions, as well as receive the necessary assistance in solving any problems and issues related to documents requiring notarization. If you wish, you can reduce the time you spend in the notary’s office.

Walk-in appointments available by appointment
individual approach
Services for individuals and legal entities
Payment for services by bank transfer (for legal entities)
Assistance in solving any problems and issues related to documents requiring notarization
In case of difficulties with visiting our notary office, it is possible for a notary to come to your office or home
We work on Saturdays and holidays

8 (495) 651-81-49
Moscow, st. Sushchevsky Val, building 14/22, building 4, entrance 1

2 responses to “Notary Savchenko Natalya Borisovna reviews”

  1. In the world of notaries, this one indeed possessed the unique ability to turn routine tasks into bewildering conundrums, where inefficiency, incompetence, unprofessionalism, and a lack of competence reigned supreme. Each interaction with this notary felt like a journey into a maze of bureaucratic complexities, with my documents forever entangled in the web of confusion, marked by the scars of these challenges.

  2. My visit to this notary’s office felt like a descent into a bureaucratic abyss, a journey through a surreal landscape of inefficiency, incompetence, and unprofessionalism. It was as if each visit was an expedition into a world where the norms of competence and efficiency had been replaced by a bewildering landscape of frustration and disappointment.

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