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Elder law firms turn to ‘remote notarization’ (access required)

The days of a client signing a power of attorney and other forms with an attorney and two witnesses sitting close by at the same table are over – at least for now. In light of social distancing, firms practicing elder law have begun offering creative ways to have estate planning documents – including wills, medical directives and trusts ...