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January 19, 2018



Notary Blog of Sonita M. Leak, CNSA | Have to Scan and Fax that Document and It Has You In a Pinch?

If you have a document that needs to get notarized then to a company by either facsimile or by email (50 pages or less for scanning and emailing, 10 pages or less for fax), we can send it without those exorbitant fees set by the major fax/copy companies. We can even put it in PDF format for you for printing later.

Notary Blog: Toasting Up to Texas Title

It’s great to work with new title companies.  Well, it can be.  Notary Public Signing Agents must be careful in their dealings with companies that offer jobs in our areas.  This is something essential that i teach when I have my seminars and consultations with local Notaries Public. Promises to pay and large signing fees

Notary Blog: Important Information For Those Applying for Marriage Licenses in South Carolina

Attention Notaries, Clergy and those looking to get hitched! ***Effective Today*** Click Here to Visit the Probate Court’s Marriage and Licensing Division of Greenville County! Notice: Effective on July 1, 2015, the New Marriage License fees will be as follows: If one or both parties reside in Greenville County – $45.00 If one or both

Notary for Certification of Third-Party Claimant Resolution in Pelzer, SC

We’ve seen many of these lawsuits for contraception and other vaginal devices that have either caused blood clots or permanent damage to the circulatory system.  When a local person calls, we understand that they have, usually for years, been through the ringer with these companies. Therefore when we visit clients that have been named party to these

Notary Sonita M. Leak for Two Private Ceremonies on Falls Park at the Reedy, 12/13/14

Two private marriage/wedding ceremonies were conducted on December 13, 2014 on Falls Park at the Reedy in Greenville, South Carolina.  Anyone who did marry on December 13, 2014, received the special treat of knowing that their nuptials fall on 12/13/14… a monumental day in this year! Should you need a Wedding and Marriage Officiant Notary

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