In response to the coronavirus emergency, the Pennsylvania Department of State has announced that approved Pennsylvania electronic notaries will be permitted to notarize certain estate planning documents using audio-video communication technology. The was announced as a temporary measure only, given the difficulty many Pennsylvanians are experiencing when attempting to sign critical estate planning documents.
Documents eligible to for electronic notarization are:
- Financial powers of attorney
- Self-proving Wills
- Temporary guardianship
- Living Wills (also known as advance directives for health care)
- Standby guardianship designations
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