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Electronic Notaries, Signatures And Wills, Oh My!

This could be a life and death issue for elderly clients.

Recent events, such as the COVID-19 global pandemic, have forced the debate on electronic wills, notaries and signatures back to the forefront of legal conversation. Ironically, in the midst of this pandemic that’s paralyzed our nation, people all over the country have rushed to complete their estate plans. Some have avoided attorneys and turned to online electronic wills, unaware of the uncertainty and debate that currently surrounds their validity. For elderly clients with mobility issues

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