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Wills Can Be Witnessed Remotely During COVID19

Do I have to go to my lawyer’s office to sign my Will?  Can I sign it remotely from home? Yes!  There is good news since our last blog post.  Governor Scott signed a new law on April 28th that allows Vermont residents to sign their wills remotely using video conference technology.  This law expires Read More

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Update on Legislation to Allow Remote Witnessing

If I can’t leave my house to go to my lawyer’s office to sign my Will, how can I plan for my future? Laws are already in effect allowing notaries to remotely notarize documents through secure video conference technology.  However, the law does not currently allow remote witnessing of wills, trusts, powers of attorney and Read More

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Update on Real Estate and COVID-19 Restrictions

After Governor Scott’s April 24th amendment to his Executive Order, the Vermont Agency of Commerce released industry specific guidance permitting real estate agents and landlords to show properties to one person at a time.  If  all individuals are people living in the same household, the one person at a time restriction does not apply. This Read More

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