With Corona Virus on the Rampage, Is Now the Time for Electronic Signatures for Wills
Many want to sign Wills but are prevented from getting them when they need them most by the elaborate signing formalities required.
Wills written in blood. (Not how we do things but, okay.) This article is fascinating! Also interesting is the discussion of whether we will move toward electronic Wills. I must admit that it is hard to imagine an area of law that still relies on Latin phrases that we brought with us from England moving into the information age. Check out the article. Then go get your Will or Trust…on paper…for now.
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Dawn Levine is the managing partner at Georgia Wills, Trusts, and Probate Firm, LLC, a law firm in Marietta, Georgia, serving all of Cobb County and counties all over Georgia.
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