Remote Document Execution
Electronic Wills and Trusts
|Nevada law permits remote notarization ("e-Notarization") and the remote signing of trusts and wills. We rarely recommend the remote signing of documents because of its complexity, the additional time involved, the untested nature of the pertinent laws, and the additional expenses triggered; however, it is an option to consider.|
|E-Notarization||Nevada law permits the remote execution of documents requiring notarization, and we can arrange for that service. The "e-Notarization" of documents cannot be done using traditional e-signature services such as DocuSign, RightSignature, or Adobe Sign. It requires two-way audio and video communication using a state-approved e-Notary service provider. Our legal assistant, Anne Stokes, has been approved by the Nevada Secretary of State as an “e-Notary”, and we have made arrangements for the remote execution of notarized documents through DocVerify, a state-approved service provider. E-notarized documents will be recognized and can be recorded in Nevada; however, there is no guarantee that other states will recognize the notarization.|
|Electronic Wills and Trusts||
Nevada law also permits the electronic signing of trusts and wills, and we can arrange for that service as well.