Pursuant to the Shelter-in-Place Order issued by Governor Kemp, the attorneys and staff of Johnson Kraeuter will be working remotely until such time as the Governor declares it safe and advisable to return to business as usual.

Our attorneys and staff remain available to meet all of our client needs via telephone or video conference.

Please click on the button below for a directory of phone numbers and email addresses of staff, current information about the Chatham County courthouse, and details about the matters that can still be addressed while we comply with the Shelter-In-Place order.
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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO NOTE ABOUT REMOTE NOTARY SERVICES IN GEORGIA
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO NOTE ABOUT REMOTE NOTARY SERVICES IN GEORGIA

On Thursday, April 9, 2020, Governor Kemp issued an Executive Order temporarily allowing for remote notarization and attestation. Typically, notaries are required to witness signatures in person and notarize documents at the time of signing. With the shelter-in-place order, ...

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