Legal Q&A: How Does Remote Notary Service Work?

Due to COVID-19, Governor Abbott declared a revolutionary new change to notary services as they regard to Elder Law in the State of Texas. Now certain documents can be notarized using video conferencing and tools such as smart phones, fax machines, email, and client portals. While many businesses are closed and people shelter-in-place, their important legal needs can still be met and executed thanks to technology and this special provision. However, to ensure privacy and legal requirements, several steps must be followed. This quick how-to video will explain the process we are using to comply with Governor Abbott's Executive Order and also meet the needs of our clients regarding their wills and testaments, powers of attorney, and much more. For more information, please contact us at

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