Pem Guerry, our EVP, penned an article for Law Technology Today in which he discusses why our current methods of notarization will soon be replaced with remote notarization, or webcam notarization.In his article, he stated:

“The [eNotarization] process—while electronic—still required the signer to physically appear before the notary. But, with remote eNotarization, both signers and notaries have the freedom to complete transactions from wherever they happen to be.”

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