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Simplify official processes with our sworn translation services.

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Wolfestone offers accurate and reliable sworn translation services to help you navigate the complexities of global communication.

We work with a team of sworn linguists from across the globe, who can handle a wide range of legal documents, including divorce papers, bank statements and certificates.

It's important to note that the specific requirements for sworn translations can vary depending on the country and the institution involved.

Contact us today for a free consultation or explore our legal translation services.

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Accuracy guaranteed: Our team consists of certified translators with extensive experience, ensuring your documents are translated flawlessly.

Fast turnaround: We understand the urgency of official documents. Get your translations back quickly, without compromising quality, in as little as 24 hours.

Competitive rates: Get high-quality translations at an affordable price.

Secure & confidential: We prioritise data security, employing ISO-certified processes to secure the confidentiality of your documents.

What's the difference between certified translation and sworn translation?

While both certified and sworn translations ensure accuracy, they differ in their legal weight and purpose:

Certified translation:
A certified translation is typically suitable for scenarios where only a general verification of accuracy is needed.

Sworn translation: A sworn translation has legal validity and is recognised by official institutions worldwide, but is not required in every region. The translation is completed by an authorised translator, officially stamped or sealed, and accompanied by a statement of accuracy.

If you need a document verified for accuracy for non-official purposes, a certified translation might suffice. However, for documents that require legal recognition by authorities, a sworn translation is often necessary.

We recommend booking a complimentary consultation to learn more or contacting us for a free translation quote.

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Founded in 2006, Wolfestone offers a comprehensive range of solutions in over 220 language pairs, covering translation, localisation, voice overs, subtitles, proofreading, multilingual content creation and more.

With a mission to enable global trade and communication, we have served organisation from various markets and sectors, from life sciences and healthcare to manufacturing and legal.

Global reach: Take your business to any market, big or small. Our language services employ linguists who specialise in dozens of subjects, including medical, legal, marketing, software and eLearning.

Tailored language solutions: We customise quotes for your specific needs and budget. Wolfestone is proud to collaborate with both major corporate clients and small businesses alike.

Rapid and responsive: We are proud of the speed of service we can offer to customers. Contact us and you will hear back within hours. You will then meet your dedicated account manager or specialist on your project, with our rapid translation being delivered within 24 hours.

Highest standards of accuracy: We are committed to providing the most accurate translation and localisation possible. Our rigorous editing and quality control process involves multiple rounds of human and AI checks to ensure your content is suitable for multiple metrics, including meaning, tone, cultural sensitivity and more.

Backed by security and technology: We are one of the few translation agencies in our sector to have our commitment to data security and translation management internationally recognised by the prestigious ISO 9001:2015, ISO 17100:2015, and ISO 27001:2013 standards.