As part of the state’s response to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, protect the public health, and provide essential protections to the vulnerable Michiganders, Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued an order that lifts certain rules and requirements so that people can utilize electronic signatures, remote notarizations, remote witness attestations and acknowledgments, and remote visitations to finalize estate planning documents.
Virtual Estate Planning
As we all do our part to limit in-person contact to the best of our abilities, Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras P.C. is here to provide you with comprehensive remote notary services for your important estate planning matters. Whether you need to update your will or add a power of attorney, our dedicated lawyers can assist you during this health crisis.
In addition to virtual meetings (via telephone) with clients, our firm also utilizes two-way real-time audiovisual technology. This allows us to directly interact with clients and any witnesses that are necessary to sign and execute various estate planning documents. Our remote notary services are also capable of creating an audio and visual recording of the complete notarial act so that it can be kept as a notarial record in accordance with the law.
Schedule your Appointment Today
To learn more about the remote notary services at Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras P.C., please reach out to our friendly legal team today. We are committed to getting our clients the legal help they need during quarantine, which is why we are set up to assist with your legal matters virtually.
Give us a call at (248) 213-9514, or contact us online to request your consultation with a lawyer at our firm. If you are a healthcare worker or first responder, please don’t forget to ask about our discount rates on planning services for you and your family.