Gil Zvulony, internet lawyer is offering virtual notarization services (notary public services by remote video connection) during the COVID-19 pandemic. Gil Zvulony is a licensed lawyer and notary public in and for the province of Ontario, Canada.

Virtual notarization is when an oath is administered or a document’s signing is witnessed by a notary public over a live video chat rather than at a physical meeting place.

A paper notarial certificate attesting to the oath or signing is later sent by mail and a video recording of the meeting is made.

Virtual notarization may be appropriate when a physical meeting is not possible, such as the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our price for virtual notarization is $99 per document or signature notarized plus HST. You can pay us by Visa, Mastercard, or Interac e-transfer.

Wills, Powers of Attorney, Certified Copies cannot be notarized virtually.

You will need a smart phone or computer capable of exchanging high quality video and still images.

Disclaimer: Some jurisdictions, courts, and institutions may not accept a document that has been notarized virtually. It is up to you to ensure that virtual notarizations meet your legal requirements. We are not responsible if your document is rejected because it was notarized virtually. We do not provide you with any legal advice regarding what you are signing.

If interested please fill out the form below or call our office at 416-483-3500 x 707 to set up an online meeting.

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