- The notary public must use real-time audio visual conference or any electronic video conferencing that allows communication via sight and sound;
- The notary public is a licensed Georgia attorney or is acting under the supervision of a Georgia attorney;
- The signer must show the Notary Public satisfactory evidence of identity, e.g. Georgia Driver's License, while connected on the real-time audio-visual meeting; and,
- The notary public must be located in the State of Georgia when witnessing the signing; and,
- The part(ies) signing the estate planning documents must send the documents to the notary public on the date the documents were executed.
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