Notary Public Blog & Podcast of Sonita M. Leak, CNSA | Do Not Dread Monday and Don’t Doubt, SCHEDULE IT OUT

You don’t have to dread Monday. As a matter of fact, you don’t have to dread any OTHER day of the week. Just call. We service Greenville, Pickens, Oconee, Spartanburg, Anderson Counties in the following cities (plus more): Greenville, Easley, Travelers Rest, Mauldin, Anderson, Seneca, Westminster, Clemson, Taylors, Greer, Lyman, Spartanburg, Duncan, Wellford, Fountain Inn, Simpsonville, Pendleton, et. al. Continue reading

Notary Public Blog and Podcast of Sonita M. Leak, CNSA | Important Information for Hospital, Rehabilitation Center and Assisted-Living Signings

With warmer seasons come more frequent hospital, rehabilitation center and assisted-living facility signings.¬† As a preemptive measure, I’d like to inform family members of those in patient care that it is a REQUIREMENT in the State of South Carolina for the following documents to have 2 witnesses party to the transaction… Continue reading

Notary Public Blog and Podcast of Sonita M. Leak, CNSA | The Signer Must Appear Before the Notary Public in South Carolina

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It was the perfect situation, I was headed toward Downtown Greenville and JUST passing a particular Pendleton Street gas station when a call rang in to the notary line regarding one signature and one stamp document. It seemed like pie in the sky. Would this be the quickest call and signing to go down in our notary record books? Continue reading

Notary Public Blog and Podcast of Sonita M. Leak, CNSA | Secure Your Will! Pro Bono Service Offered via Raffle

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“My story all of this hit suddenly. One day I’m going to the fair with my daughter, early the next morning I’m in the hospital because i fell out of bed hit my head. The doctors find a massive brain tumor.
After having brain surgery because of the tumor, complications arose and I had to be revived. I had to spend almost a week in the Intensive Care Unit hooked to machines. What was supposed to be a 5-day stay turned into a month.” Continue reading