Virtual Testimony

CourtroomAs we are confronted with different challenges, several Courts have taken to conducting certain proceedings virtually.  This means the parties and witnesses may not be in the same physical location at the same time.  This, in turn, means the Court must have a means of validating the identity of these parties and witnesses.  The Notary Public, as a state-appointed Officer, is a good choice in meeting this need.

Accordingly, several states are now allowing a Commissioned Notary Public to provide Virtual Testimony.  Essentially this means the Notary will validate an identity of a witness/party, provide testimony to the same, and then file a proper Acknowledgment with the Court of Jurisdiction.   See this recent article from the National Notary Association.

As a class of 1987 graduate of Temple University School of Law and a Pennsylvania Bar admitted Attorney we are an excellent choice to provide this service.

 

 

 

 

Our fees are reasonable and we have the necessary equipment.

Note: We do ask that you provide documentation and complete an intake form for this service.

Virtual Testimony Intake Form  

Other Relevant Forms

Release of Liability

My Service Agreement

Oath

Acknowledgment

Currently, we charge a flat fee for the Notarization, Testimony, and Travel.  In addition, we charge for every block of 15 minute wait time

 

If you need this service, call us at 302.561.9876

 

Note: While I am a properly trained Attorney and former member of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Bars, I am inactive and cannot provide legal representation or advice.