Notary Blog: 3 Birds with One Stone @ GMH

Today was as good a day as any for a resident of Seneca, South Carolina hospitalized at Greenville Memorial Hospital to draw up and sign documents for their relative to handle their private affairs, as the situation being dealt with was serious.

This is the first of two signings that occurred at Greenville Memorial Hospital today.

The second, well, the second was not a happy occasion.  A repeat customer of GreenvilleNotary.com who’d been working on Probate documents since March of this year, met with us for even more paperwork.

What are Probate documents, you say?  Well, when someone either passes away without a Last Will and Testament or there are questions in reference to someone’s Last Will and Testament document, the person’s estate may end up in Probate (the division of the judicial system where a person’s assets may go if either of the previous occurs.

Don’t want this to happen?  Well there are special precautions you can take when drawing up your Last Will and Testament, before you get to the notary public.

For a basic information sheet on State of South Carolina rules, CLICK HERE.

If you need to navigate to your county’s Probate Court website, you can click on any of the following links for more information:

Greenville County
Richland County
Greenwood County
Lexington County
Laurens County
Colleton County
Lancaster County
McCormick County
Cherokee County
Newberry County
Pickens County

For a full list of other County Probate Court Offices, CLICK HERE.

Document and notary services provided by State of South Carolina Notary Public Signing Agent and Owner of GreenvilleNotary.com Sonita M. Leak on the morning of September 28, 2016.

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