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December 13, 2017

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Merry Christmas from the Notary and Family

We want to reach out to our friends, family members, customers and clients of GreenvilleNotary.com to pray you all a Merry Christmas. My family would not be the family we are without LOVE and lots of PRAYER, (yes, sometimes we all get on each other’s nerves), but what is a ‘perfect’ family.  I dedicate this

Notary Blog: Work for GCCA Ex. Director and Friend

Photo of Cherington Schucker by The Needed Image. Shortly before 12:00 Noon on Monday, September 19, 2016, a call rang in. Lo and behold it was Cherington Schucker, good friend and Executive Director of the Greenville Center for Creative Arts here in the West End of 25 Draper Street, Greenville, SC 29611. It was a

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, and as time approaches, its important to have everything in line so that your child

Notary for Corrective Deed | Starbucks(r)

“I couldn’t help but notice all of the Fathers who were in the coffeehouse with their children to either 1) get Mommy coffee, or 2) give Mommy a break.” Yes, on Mother’s Day and other holidays (including Christmas), we serve our customers without complaint.  With Monday creeping up on us, it’s best to get the items

Notary Post: Happy Mother’s Day to All ‘Mothers’

“Being a mother isn’t the easiest job in the world, but I will tell you from experience, it is one of the most rewarding.” With every experience children encounter, every uplifting event and even through some of their biggest downfalls, being a mother to those very beings is truly something special. I would like to

Notary for Presentment | USPS

A Notary Presentment on behalf of a United States Citizen was completed shortly before United States Postal Service closing time on the afternoon of Wednesday, March 30, 2016. Due to the ever-so-lovely Spring Break and the presence of children, there was a little off-course charting for the notary public, however, business managed to stay afloat

Notary Blog: Congratulations for an Early Morning Ceremony, Now They’re Off!

Did you know that as an out-of-state (or out-of-country) resident, you can still get married in the State of South Carolina?  Show proof of identification and meet these requirements, and you too, can GET MARRIED!* Recently, we’ve married quite a few military-affiliated couples, as many of them were either being deployed, in transition, or needed

Notary for Two “Hot Outside” Notary Transactions at Headquarters in Greenville, SC

When it’s hot outside and you have children, sometimes you have to resort to altering your schedule a little.  Due to the outrageously caliente conditions, two simple form notarizations were completed at GreenvilleNotary.com Headquarters on Tuesday, July 21, 2015. The first transaction was for a Limited Power of Attorney for Automobile Transactions for two separate

“Thought That Name Looked Familiar!” True Story Says the Notary

So halfway into the 1-hour signing for six (6) documents at Haywood Mall, my signer says, “Did you have any children at Greenville Memorial Hospital?”  Before I could get freaked out, I casually noticed he did have on scrubs and proceeded to say, “Why yes.” Now, being me, I NEVER forget a name, especially a signer who has crossed

Marriage Ceremony Performed at Falls Park on the Reedy: A “Blues” Saturday Night

Maurice and Yalanda, the newlyweds, wanted to incorporate their children in their ceremony.  Not only did they come along to witness the union of their parents, the ENTIRE FAMILY came together in coordination in blue.  Although it rained earlier in the day on Saturday, April 18, 2015, the evening made for a beautiful “blues-themed” ceremony

Happy Spring Break Greenville County Public Schools From Your Local Notary!

Children Greenville County-wide are excited to get an entire week off for Spring Break. Parents get ready, because the little ones will want to turn on the water hose, the teens will want to play video games ad-nauseum and raid the refrigerator.  I know, because I have some very avid “Spring-Breakers”!  We have a few words of

Good Palm Sunday from your Local Notary Service!

Palm Sunday The celebration of Palm Sunday originated in the Jerusalem Church, around the late fourth century. The early Palm Sunday ceremony consisted of prayers, hymns, and sermons recited by the clergy while the people walked to various holy sites throughout the city. At the final site, the place where Christ ascended into heaven, the

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