• Electronic and Remote Notarizations

    March 13, 2019
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  • As a notary, we may notarize a will, whether prepared by an attorney or not, provided that the required conditions are met:

    1. The signer (testator) must be present and competent to execute the will
    2. The signer must be personally known to us or produce appropriate state-approved identification
    3. The signer, in addition to being competent and of sound mind, must fully understand what is in the will and what is being signed

    Not all states require that a will be notarized. However, clients should use a notarized self-proving affidavit that will make their Will easier to get through probate, which is the official proving of a will after death.

    As a notary, we must be cautious when asked to notarize a Will. An improperly drafted Will that has been notarized could be challenged in court and be declared null and void.

    When to Decline to Notarize a Will

    RCI notaries will decline to notarize a Will, if the testator asks you questions about what can and cannot be in a Will. We never answer any questions related to legal advice. It is important to remember that as a notary, we are to never offer advice on how to execute a will or provide any legal advice unless we are an attorney licensed to practice law.

    At least two witnesses are required to make a Will valid. All information should be drafted and submitted at the time of the notarization. While our notaries may also serve as a witness to a Will, we will be signing the witness statement as a disinterested party, and not as a notary, in addition to notarizing the remaining signatures.