The Brave New World of Virtual Notarization

Summer 2020

The Robins Kaplan Spotlight

The COVID-19 pandemic and consequent state and federal guidelines forced people to work from home before they were able to take steps so that they could do so effectively. This new working dynamic presents unforeseen challenges for those who rely on traditional in-person notarizations. Unsurprisingly, one related consequence has been increased interest in and questions about remote online notarization.

Steven K. Orloff

Partner

Co-Chair, Wealth Planning, Administration, and Disputes

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