Legal Translation Services

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Our team at InterpreCourt are excited to provide certified translations of any legal document.

What is a certified translation? In the United States, a certified translation consists of a notarized letter that is signed by the interpreter and attached to the translated text itself. This letter affirms that the translation is a complete and accurate rendering of the original document.

This certification does not necessarily prove that the translation is accurate, or that the interpreter is certified, so it is important to use a reputable company. That is where InterpreCourt comes in.

Many government agencies and most legal, financial, regulatory, and academic institutions require certified translations when submitting foreign-language documents.

Through our services, you will be able to obtain certified translations of the following various legal articles:

Don’t see what you are looking for? Reach out to us today. We are happy to work with you to ensure our services fit your needs. We have a team of licensed professionals ready to help you with your translation requirements.





Getting Started

Scheduling an Interpreter is Only a Click Away.

This is it. You have taken the first informed step into finding the perfect fit for you and your team. Now that you know what resources exist, what do you do now? How do you get started utilizing the best translators in your area? Believe it or not, finding the highest quality in professional interpreters is only a few steps away.

Step 1 :: Make An Account

It won’t take long, we promise. Just fill out some basic information about yourself and the court or law firm you represent. Making an account can seem repetitive, but thankfully you’ll only have to do it once.

Step 2 :: Schedule an Interpreter

Now that you are registered, it’s time to schedule an interpreter. With your online account you can manage all interpreter and/or transcription assignments. This can be as one-time appointments or even as multiple ones for slated future dates. You can manage your postings and receive confirmations virtually and paper-free. Through us, everything is streamlined to make at least this part of the legal process as painless as possible.

Step 3 :: Attach any pertaining documents

This step is optional but strongly recommended. Take a few extra moments to attach all court dockets, deposition notices, audio, video files, and/or any other pertinent information your interpreter will need. The more prepared your assigned interpreter is, the more smoothly the process becomes. Our goal is to create less stress for you and your clients.

Step 4 :: You Did It! You Secured a Licensed Court Interpreter.

All your worries end here! Once you have received your confirmation, you can trust that one of our interpreters will be present onsite and/or virtually for your given meeting. By following these steps, you have ensured the best in quality and professionalism when it comes to any legal translations during future court proceedings.

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Main Office

4951 W. 81st Place, 2H
Westminster, CO 80031

States of Service: Texas, Colorado, California
Reach us at
ph. 956.638.6230
Working hours

Monday thru Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm MTN

Interpreters: 24/7