Dogwood Estate Planning

Virtual Estate Planning

Wills & Trusts

Meet with us and sign your documents virtually

all online, from the comfort of your own home.

On April 2, 2020, by emergency order, Goverany Kay Ivey broadened the ability for remote and virtual notarization of documents in the state of Alabama.

Under Alabama law, the execution of a valid will must be notarized and witnessed by two individuals. Such a will is made "self-proving" by the two witnesses' notarized affidavits. Governor Ivey's emergency order means a notary can now notarize and confirm signatures of witnesses through videoconferencing programs.

Wills executed in Alabama, may now be signed, witnessed, notarized, and made self-proving all virtually by videoconferencing.

Following the coronavirus pandemic, remote and work-from-home technology boomed. Dogwood Estate Planning now provides a way for clients to complete their entire estate planning journey virtually. This includes meeting with you virtually during our initial consultation, gathering your asset information, and signing important documents online.

To get started on your estate planning journey call or email us today!

To start planning your estate virtually, get in touch with us