Working for You During Covid-19 Restrictions
- We have been fully capable of holding remote consultations and meetings since 2015.
- We are still available to meet with clients and potential clients by video and by phone.
- We are still obtaining orders from the probate courts for emergency matters.
- We are still working on your matters and scheduling hearings for after May 8, 2020.
- We are still taking on new cases, preparing all paperwork to go to court, and setting hearings for after May 8, 2020.
Video Notarization of Legal Documents Like
Wills, Powers of Attorney, & Directives
- Governor Abbott issued an order that allows for notarization of documents via video.
- Clients can sign their document while one of our notaries witnesses the signing via video.
- The document is then emailed or faxed to our notary who will notarize it and send it back via email or fax.
- Because of the importance of having an original Will, Wills are handled slightly differently.
- There is no extra charge for notarization by video.