Translation and interpreting services
Being a translator I am very aware of the weight of words
Over the years I have built up substantial translation experience of a wide range of texts, mainly legal documents, but also business correspondence, technical manuals, websites, museum catalogues, travel guides, etc. Translations are edited by one of my colleagues and supplied in whatever form required. I can also provide you with an apostille of a sworn translation from the District Court.
Interpreting is having people communicating with one another as if they were speaking the same language
As a qualified court interpreter I am hired by the police, the courts, members of the Bar and civil-law notaries. Furthermore, as a liaison interpreter I provide both consecutive and simultaneous interpreting services at business meetings. Experience shows that these meetings run considerably smoother when the participants are able to speak their respective mother tongue. It goes without saying that interpreting services can be provided abroad.
All information and documents sent to me by a (potential) client will be kept confidential. Such information or the content of such documents will not be disclosed to any third party unless compelled to do so by law or with explicit consent of the client.