Notary Blog and Podcast of Sonita M. Leak, CNSA | Documents Not Written in English, Can we Notarize for Signatures?

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Here in South Carolina, you have the ability to notarize the signature of the party of a non-English written document for as long as the document’s notarial language is written in English. Continue reading

Sonita M. Leak’s Notary Blog: Early Monday Morning At NCCDC

An eye-opening, early Monday morning assignment for an Affidavit of Residence was conducted at the center for a well-known employee we’d assisted a time before. However, the last time we met with the signer, it was off-location. Continue reading

Notary Blog: Affidavit of Residence | White Horse Quiktrip

It’s a mad dash to Tuesday here in Greenville County for many parents, including myself. Getting residency paperwork signed for your children shouldn’t be one of the issues getting in your way of enrolling your children in school. The countdown has begun, … Continue reading

Notary for Affidavit of Residence | Coffee Underground

“Usually Affidavits of Residence are signed closer to the beginning of the school year.” The beginning of the school year is usually when the flood of them come in, however, an Affidavit of Residence can show up at our doorstep … Continue reading