Notary for Unsuccessful Hospice Care Signing | Simpsonville

“Someone needed assistance at hospice care on the morning of June 21, 2016….”

Although the signer was unable to sign due to several factors, it doesn’t mean they didn’t have other options. That leads into the many different forms that can be completed on behalf of an incapacitated or incompetent signer.

There are a plethora of resources ONLINE available for those who are seeking paperwork through the State Court system.  You can find affidavits and hundreds of other forms by clicking —–> State of South Carolina Judicial Department’s Website:

There you can find forms concerning many  processes, all the way from Adoption to Conservatorship to everything in-between.  Seeking Probate Court, Family Court or Magistrate Court documents?  No problem.  Survey the over 300 forms available through an easy search through the site.

Looking for a particular type of transaction here on  Visit the Home Page and in the left-hand search field, type in what you’re looking for.  Easy. Simple.

Author: Owner and State of South Carolina Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak.

Photo courtesy of Hospice House of Greenville

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