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Hi Marjorie

TN passed that act July 1 of 2019.  I have qualified my CSD as a RON.  Like AZ you have to provide the SOS with who your Vendor is (the one who provides the platform.)  We use a group called SigniX.  They are in Chattanooga but I do not know if they are TN only.  Most of them can do it for anyone.  The cost is $250 per notary per year and there was a $75 SOS fee.  I decided to try it; if we use it alot I will renew; if not, we won't.  SigniX platform also allows for remote witnessing which was a plus.


There is other good news.  My rep told me that I can get a discount for 10 or more notaries.  I will be sure to hire 9 more so I can get 10% off.



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I received this e-mail from ElderCounsel a bit ago, thought it might be helpful to this discussion


Dear Alexandra,

How to get important estate planning documents signed during the COVID-19 pandemic has been a question many attorneys are asking. The answer is very state specific. Many states have passed Executive Orders or Proclamations allow for remote witnessing and/or remote notarization.

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