How Do You Help Estate Planning Attorneys?
“How do you help estate planning attorneys?” is a question people ask me. Several of my clients are estate planning attorneys.
Some estate planning attorneys have their own practice are also known as solo attorneys. A few of them of them prefer having an on-call notary public to meet with them at their office with their clients. This saves on the responsibility and expense of having an employee. Some of them meet their clients at their homes, offices or healthcare facilities. Having a professional mobile notary public allows them to better serve their clients. A number of estate planning attorneys have paralegals who are notary publics. When they are on vacation or unable to travel with the attorney to their clients, a mobile notary public allows the attorneys to execute estate planning documents with their clients.
Law firms have clients who are unable to travel to their office. Their estate planning attorney travels to their clients and calls for professional mobile notary service to help notarize the documents with their clients. There are times when additional documents need to be notarized and the attorney does not need to be present. In these cases, a professional mobile notary public provides convenience and peace of mind to their clients and to the law firm.
Other times, estate planning attorneys who are notary publics have a financial interest in the documents or are named in the documents that need to be notarized. Having a mobile notary public helps them notarize their important documents.
Another way I can help estate planning attorneys who are notary publics is when their notary public commission expires and they are awaiting their new commission. Not doing business is too costly, so mobile notary public service allows them to continue with their business by notarizing their clients’ documents.
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