A unique and core service of MobileLegal. Are you in need of essential life-planning documents but find it a struggle or inconvenient to get to a law office? This service offers a remote planning process followed by in-person (we come to you) or remote document signing.
To get started you can click on the get started button above, register and complete an intake form. Alternatively, you can also contact us at (941) 920-0058 and we can email the form to you.
Once we receive your completed intake form we will contact you to schedule a virtual (via phone and/or video) meeting to review the documents available and discuss your needs. To see a complete list of the Estate Planning documents offered by MobileLegal, please visit our Service Overview page found under the Practice Areas link.
Note: Remote notary services are currently limited to the following documents: 1) Living Will 2) Healthcare Surrogate 3) Durable Power of Attorney (w/out super powers). These services may be available by selecting the mobile option.
Following the initial consultation we will send an engagement agreement for your review and signature. At this time, we will ask you to mail your payment or use our online option for faster turnaround.
Upon completing the above two steps, we will send you an email with instructions on how to access your secure client portal which will contain a welcome packet containing the form you will need to complete specific to the documents you requested. Upon request, we can send these via email or U.S. mail.
Within five-seven days after receiving your completed estate planning forms we will finalize draft documents ready for your review. These documents will be added to your portal or sent using the method requested with the Welcome Packet. We ask that you review these documents within seven days and respond with your approval or request for a conference call to discuss any questions you might have and to make any necessary changes.
Once you have reviewed and confirmed that no changes are necessary, we will schedule an in-person or remote meeting to legally execute all documents with a notary.
a) Based on the desired documents, witnesses may be required. You will need to coordinate two disinterested witnesses who can be present during the signing meeting.
b) Remote signing requires access to a computer with video capabilities.
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