Governor Whitmer on April 8, 2020 issued Executive Order No. 2020-41.
This executive order allows the remote witnessing and notarization of documents. Witnesses and notaries no longer need to be physically present by the signer as long as the requirements are met. This means that notaries and with essays do not have to be together with the document signer to help ensure social distancing and the safety of all participants.
Kendal Law Group has the compliant video meeting software and procedure required to permit such remote witnessing and notarization of documents in compliance with the Governor’s order.
This executive order allows Kendal Law Group to have your will, trust, medical directive, powers of attorney, and other documents not just prepared during this crisis, but made fully effective.
We can now offer an opportunity for you to have your estate plan completed fully remotely in a safe manner for you to be able to protect yourself and your family.
The documents signed will provide you with an effective estate plan including wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and medical powers of attorney, that will protect you during this situation and beyond.