Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine recently announced that Ohio’s mandatory “stay at home” order would be extended until May 1, 2020.
During this time, whether you are working from home or using this time to complete tasks that have been put off for some time, you may have found yourself thinking about certain legal matters that need to be addressed.
- Have you decided to sell a vehicle to cut expenses?
- Have you and your partner decided to update your estate plan in case one of you would end up in the hospital and wanted to make your preferences known?
- Maybe you and your ex-spouse are back in court to modify a pre-existing custody matter due to these changes in circumstances.
All these matters would require the assistance of a notary public in Ohio. But how would you meet with one if banks, libraries, and most law offices are closed? Enter online notary public services.
Ohio only began allowing the use of an online notary public in September 2019. Since then, due to the current health pandemic, this service has become a necessity, rather than a luxury.
The Law Offices of Saia, Marrocco & Jensen Inc., now offers online notarization on documents that need to be filed or recorded in the State of Ohio, no matter your location. Now, you can still accomplish your list of tasks while remaining safe at home.
If you need notarization services, please feel free to contact The Law Offices of Saia, Marrocco & Jensen Inc., today.