Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further information first
What would you like me to do?
Since we are not meeting face to face and I do not have full details of your problem I cannot possibly give you formal legal advice spcific to your case.
I can only tell you what the legal position is based only on what you have told me - and of course my knowledge of the subject and any insight that comes from years of experience.
Hence there is no solicitor/client relationship and technically I am simply giving you an overview of your position
I work in the East Midlands of England.
The site you are using has verified my Practising Certificate confirming that I am entitled to practise as a solicitor (die for renewal next month - it is an annual thing)
No they would confirm that they had seen it and that they know that I am qualified. I suspect it is the same - it's a piece of paper that says O have done nothing bad this year
Or at least not anything they know about!
What a lovely document - very impressive - utterly false but very pretty.
I am not sure whether it is meant to be a Court Order or an affidavit
Either way it would not use letter headed paper and there would be no peculiar background - and no red seal.
A real affidavit would look something like this
or the one shown as a template on this page
The wording of the document is most strange and frankly makes no sense whatsoever - I have no idea what it is meant to be trying to say - but the Post code is not a Uk postcode; Grants of Probate do not have reference numbers and Uk affidavits have nothing to do with the EU.
There are many many other problems with it - those are the highlights
Of course you may!
No the receipt is not real (nor would Probate fees be that high - £105 at most)
If it was valid it would say Received somewhere on it.
If that is meant to be an American Visa in a passport it certainly is not what mine looked like - they are simply stamps in your passport
And the Provisional licence is just a no - not least because they have not realised that your date of birth is hidden in your driver number!
Whenever you wish!