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November 18, 2017

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Notary Public Blog by Sonita M. Leak, CNSA | Let’s Get Ready to Rumble!!! Monday is Here Folks | ‘Knock Out’ that Notarization

What better way to get ready for the work-week than to have that document ready to go (deliver, ship out, etc.) early? Did you know that GreenvilleNotary.com provides the following services:

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The Marriage Application Process in Greenville County | The Revised Version

Marriage Notary Public & Officiant Sonita M. Leak is the Author of the following information: All requests for a Marriage License in Greenville County must be made in person by both parties getting married.  There are additional options for picking up the license once applied for, such as Third-Party Authorization.  Inquire to the Marriage License

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Notary Blog: Upstate Holiday Grief Seminar Held November 14, 2017 | First Baptist Greenville, SC

A Grief Seminar Providing Hope and Healing **CLICK HERE TO REGISTER** Tuesday, November 14, 2017 First Baptist Greenville, Fellowship Hall 847 Cleveland St. Greenville, SC 29601   8:30-9:00 Registration and Coffee 9:00-10:50 General Session – The Empty Chair at the Table: How Do you DO the Holidays that First Year and Beyond – Megan Devine

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Notary Public Blog of Sonita M. Leak, CNSA | Swearing-In Is a Part of Our Duties As Notaries Public

Whether you have recently moved and a matter began and is continuing in another jurisdiction, are party to a class-action lawsuit that originated in another jurisdiction, or have been subpoenaed to appear in a matter that occurred in another jurisdiction, your appearance may be telephonic.  Life happens, don’t make your expected appearance a Failure to Appear!

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Notary Blog: What SC Form are You Looking For?

Via GreenvilleNotary.com Did you know that many of the forms you seek that require notarization through the State of South Carolina can be found HERE. By here, we mean the State of South Carolina’s Judicial Department Form Search Site.  Why is this link so important?  Through this link, you will find resources for documents and

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