NAEPC Webinar: Remote Signing, Witnessing, and Notarization of Estate Planning Documents: Is the Future Here?
Presented by National Association of Estate Planners & Councils
Wednesday, May 20, 2020
3:00pm - 4:00pm ET
Speaker: Timothy S. Reiniger, Esq.
Remote signings and notarizations are growing in popularity, especially as a result of COVID-19, but confusion still exists amongst estate/probate practitioners. What is an online/remote notarization and witnessing? How is it performed? Is it legally authorized in my state for use with estate planning documents? Tim Reiniger, Esq, Director of Reiniger LLC, the principal author of the Virginia online notarization law as well as the Virginia Digital Identity Law, will answer these questions and more during this all-level webinar created just for NAEPC councils and members in light of the current crisis in the country. In addition to learning answers to the most popular questions surrounding remote signing and notarizations, attendees will gain a better understanding of how to prepare an office for performing eNotarizations and online/remote notarization compliantly.
About the Presenter
Timothy Reiniger serves as Director of Reiniger LLC in Portland, Maine where he provides advisory services relating to information law and policy (digital identity, privacy, information security, and notarial law). Previously, he served as the third Executive Director of the National Notary Association. Tim has authored and spearheaded first in the nation laws for remote/online notarization (2011) and digital identity management in electronic commerce (2015), both in Virginia. As a result of these efforts, he was appointed as an ABA Advisor to the Uniform Law Commission’s drafting committee to amend the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (2018) and the Identity Management in Electronic Commerce Study Committee. And, in 2016, Tim had the honor of serving on the Advisory Committee to develop the National Notary Association’s Model Electronic Notarization Act (issued in 2017).
An internationally recognized expert on electronic signature law, digital identity law and policy, and notarial law, Tim serves on the Advisory Board of the European Union’s LIGHTest Project and as a Vice-Chair of the Information Security Committee of the ABA’s Science & Technology Law Section. He is a member of the California, District of Columbia, Maine, and New Hampshire Bars.
The Robert G. Alexander Webinar Series was launched in September 2013 to provide estate planners with accessible, high quality, multi-disciplinary and supplemental education. Programs typically take place on the second Wednesday of each month at 3:00 pm ET.
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|$100||$700 ($900 value)||Non-member|
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