You need a notarized translation for the translation of court orders, including judgment translation and wills. Notarized translations are word-for-word translations of the text on the original document. This text must be conducted by a Certified translator and authenticated for use by the courts and authorities. The translators authorized to work on text that is intended for the courts or authorities understand the importance of exact translation. Compliancy plays a significant role in the language service provider’s (LSP) approach to the text. If a person describes themselves as anything other than a Certified translator, they cannot provide a translation in the courts.