“This is what we here at GreenvilleNotary.com specialize in. However, please be aware that not all situations are fit for paperwork being notarized.”
It was a very non-busy morning for GreenvilleNotary.com, well, just until about 3:30pm when an out-of-state resident traveling to see a relative at Heartland called so that business could be taken care of. Unaware that most area facilities will not allow parties working inside to either notarize nor witness on behalf of particular transaction, the family member had to seek out BOTH.
On the spot in about 15 minutes from the time the call rang in, we were all still at a loss at who we could use as a witness. Gladly obliging to the task was the visitor of another resident who stated that at some point, she too needed a notary public for her relative and it was so very hard to find one that would travel to the facility.
This is what we here at GreenvilleNotary.com specialize in. However, please be aware that not all situations are fit for paperwork being notarized.
It occurs periodically; there are times when a signer is incompetent to sign, either by physician’s order or by visual examination by the notary. If you are ever in a situation where the competency of a signer is at question, you have the right to say, “No.”
Today’s Durable and Health Care Powers of Attorney signings were held at Heartland HCR Manorcare West, 600 Sulphur Springs Road, Greenville, SC 29617.
Assignment completed by Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak, late afternoon, Wednesday, April 20, 2016.