The following is a full list of all Notary Service Work performed by GreenvilleNotary.com for the month of April 2017. Saturday, April 1, 2017: A Durable Power of Attorney form was signed by a local resident and notarized by GreenvilleNotary.com Owner Sonita M. Leak at Noon. A Wedding Ceremony was performed at Falls Park on
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Have you ever wondered, as either a patient or visiting family member or friend, what the hours of the different Dining Area location were within Greenville Memorial Hospital? See the hours posted below. BUT FIRST…. I’d like to send a special shout-out to the wonderful Cafeteria Cast & Crew for making our hospital stay as seamless as possible with many meal choices (and tasty ones).
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oday’s transaction was on behalf of Kelly Services, yes the same Kelly Services that provides temporary placements for workers. Although there is a local Kelly Services office (located off of Garlington Road right here in Greenville), this work order arrived directly from Kelly Services Headquarters in Troy Michigan. In total, the transaction was…
Did you know that if you have a document that needs to be signed and notarized by a Notary Public that the chaplain or a member of the Chaplain Services Department of the Greenville Health System will be able to assist in the witnessing thereof?
On the way home from a full day worth of notary work, GreenvilleNotary.com Owner Sonita M. Leak was called back to Central Greenville, South Carolina for one last assignment. The call rang in at 10:13pm on the evening of Wednesday, December 14, 2016. The caller on the other end had an application for a Concealed
Know also that as Notaries Public we cannot provide information on ‘how’ to draft your document or ‘what’ specific details to fill, our duty goes as far as showing you ‘where’ to put certain information.
While visiting their loved one, who made an unexpected trip to the Greenville Memorial Hospital Emergency Room, then up to the Heart Institute Intensive Care Unit, one of a patient’s relatives made a call to GreenvilleNotary.com. While the Notary Public was on the way to take care of another situation, information was provided via text to get to the signers in urgent need of assistance.
Although Social Media is all the rage, so is the privacy of our precious signers in their time of need. Although information about signing are provided on GreenvilleNotary.com, each and every customer is treated with kit gloves, and for those who wish not to disclose their particular situation to the public, it is NOT disclosed. Never will we disclose information regarding certain transactions, including, but not limited to birth, death, nor accidents.
Not only was a trip made to Columbia, South Carolina, the Notary Public received a call en route home from a local Westminster, South Carolina resident calling on behalf their family member. They stated that a Notary was needed as soon as possible to the Heart Institute Intensive Care Unit at Greenville Memorial Hospital. The
It’s been quite some time since the notary public needed a notary public, but today was one. Thanks to quick-thinking and availability, Bethinina Gary was on the line and on location in NO TIME. Thanks again to Bethinina Gary and Upstate Mobile Notaries in helping out in a jiffy! On the evening of Friday, October
Should you need notary service in the Upstate area throughout Greenville, Pickens, Oconee, Laurens, Abbeville, Anderson or Spartanburg Counties, call 864.214.6447. If the notary public can’t help you, we’ll find somebody who will.
Short-notice signings is what GreenvilleNotary.com specializes in. In the evening of Thursday, October 14, 2016, we received a call for a Liberty, South Carolina resident in-patient at Greenville Memorial Hospital for a Durable Financial Power of Attorney. In many situations, as an Attorney-in-Fact (the agent who is in charge of handling the affairs of a
Today was as good a day as any for a resident of Seneca, South Carolina hospitalized at Greenville Memorial Hospital to draw up and sign documents for their relative to handle their private affairs, as the situation being dealt with was serious. This is the first of two signings that occurred at Greenville Memorial Hospital today. The second, well, the
Normally, Notary Signing Agents are provided the documents for their signings and oversight transactions by email. However, it makes it so much more convenient when the documents are sent via Overnight Delivery from a shipping company, saving time, paper and ink/toner resources.
So what do you do when you need to have your power cut on but you are holed up in a hospital bed? Why, you call on GreenvilleNotary.com, of course. Simply put, a local resident, who wasn’t available to get up out of the hospital and travel over to a notary public themselves sought an
“So that I can serve you better, rather than taking up a whole lot of time in dragging out EACH AND EVERY assignment I completed during my, “Ahem”, brief hiatus…” …I decided to just roll all of the assignments I’ve completed into ONE BIG DIGEST. And here we go… U.S. Passport Verification Affidavit by Holder
“Well, the full name of the facility is The Haven in the Village at Chanticleer, but you can also identify it by it as a Five Star Senior Living facility.” This was the notary’s very first visit to The Haven, a facility that specializes in Memory Care, providing the following services: Assisted Living Alzheimer’s, Dementia
“Two separate notarial act processes were completed at Greenville Memorial Hospital on May 11th and May 12, 2016 for separate patients.” It takes time to have the notarial process completed correctly. It can take up to 30 minutes to an hour of time to properly execute a document or suite of documents at the hospital
“Can you print a document out if I send it by email?” Sure we can. Here at GreenvilleNotary.com we will print up to 10 pages needing signatures and/or notarization at no additional cost, for as long as travel service has been requested. On Wednesday, March 23, 2016, a local notary public called into the GreenvilleNotary.com
“Don’t forget to set your clocks forward in honor of Daylight Savings Time at 2:00AM!” Weekend service is our specialty at GreenvilleNotary.com, that’s why when a local person in a rush to get their significant other recognized on their employment paperwork, we were there to answer. The form – a Greenville Hospital System Common Law
When the call came in the afternoon of December 22, 2015, I was sitting at a coffee shop off of Pendleton Street in Greenville, going over a few details for an upcoming business venture. The name of the potential signer sounded so very familiar. On the other side of the receiver was the son of the signer and upon telling
An early morning signing occurred at Greenville Memorial Hospital. It is always a pleasure to serve customers at hours where they would normally not be able to have documents taken care of. We absolutely LOVE what we do for our patrons. After several scheduling conflicts and decisions about where and when to sign, today’s signing
A GreenvilleNotary.com notary was in a rut to find a witness today. Ran into one potential witness and it was a no-go because she didn’t have her identification on her person. Upstairs, downstairs, all around the building, to no avail. Heaven sent an Angel when one of the hospital chaplains appeared at hospital room’s door this evening.
We here at GreenvilleNotary.com specialize in providing prompt, reliable and convenient service. The facilities in which we service regularly definitely appreciate our services. Thank you for referring our service to patients in need. Last week, we served a family at Regency Hospital within the St. Francis Bon Secours Downtown location, and again today, Tuesday, November 10,
The signing for a Durable Power of Attorney was performed on behalf of a patient at Greenville Memorial Hospital, Wednesday, October 28, 2015. With two unrelated witnesses in attendance, GreenvilleNotary.com Owner Sonita M. Leak went to work, the signing taking a total of thirty (30) minutes. The patient did not have valid, government-issued identification; fortunately, there were other parties
The call came in yesterday morning, from a State of Ohio resident whose relative ended up in the Heart Institute of Greenville Memorial Hospital. There was nothing set in place to protect the patient’s assets, nor specify health care arrangements should an unexpected event occur. First, let’s give applause for this caring relative to travel all the way
Need Notary? Will travel. A notary was needed on August 20, 2015 for a resident of Pickens, South Carolina, however, the both the signer and the notary selected for the assignment (Sonita M. Leak) were way in over their heads on that date. So what do you do? You have a meeting of the minds.
When a local resident calls from Greenville Memorial Hospital, we are on it! Whether GreenvilleNotary.com Owner Sonita Leak is available at the time or not, we have a great selection of associates that are usually on call to handle assignments in the area. The first assignment of the afternoon involved a patient who suffered injuries
A Last Will and Testament document on behalf of a patient at Greenville Memorial Hospital was signed, witnessed by an unrelated third party, also witnessed by Sonita M. Leak, then notarized by Ms. Leak in her capacity as a notary. This signing occurred shortly before the patient rolled into heart surgery today. Today’s signing proves
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
Both SC Health Care and Durable Powers of Attorney were signed by a patient, witnessed by a family member of another patient and Sonita M. Leak, then notarized by Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak at Greenville Memorial Hospital on Wednesday, March 4, 2015. A family member called stating that the principal could not
Ok folks, sometimes we have to be a blessing to others. Should our Signing Agents have a need and they cannot afford it, I would hope and pray someone would be a blessing to them as well. A Pro Bono Notarization was performed in the Cafeteria of Greenville Memorial Hospital on behalf of a local
A South Carolina Health Care Power of Attorney and a separate Durable Power of Attorney were signed by a principal at Greenville Memorial Hospital, witnessed by the family member of another patient, Sonita M. Leak and then notarized by the same. This signing occurred on Tuesday, March 3, 2015, our FIRST NOTARIZATION IN MARCH! Thanks
GreenvilleNotary.com appreciates its return customers! Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak answered an urgent call for a notarization in Greer, South Carolina for a terminally-ill patient and his family members for a Will document. Previously witnessing a SC Healthcare Power of Attorney at Greenville Memorial Hospital, Ms. Leak traveled to the family home
On behalf of Beacon Legal Support, GreenvilleNotary.com Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak delivered and notarized an Affidavit of No Record to the office staff of Pathology Consultants located at 701 Grove Rd, Greenville, SC 29605 – Greenville Memorial Hospital. This assignment was completed on Monday, December 1, 2014. This was the second
Thank you to Beacon Legal Support Services for allowing us to complete this assignment on your behalf! Notary Public Sonita M. Leak successfully delivered and witnessed, notarized an Affidavit of No Record to Greenville Memorial Hospital on Friday, November 7, 2014. Thank you to the staff members of the hospital who assisted with the completion. Greenville
Several Notaries Public were called, GreenvilleNotary.com answered. This signing involved an SC Health Care Power of Attorney and an Option for Natural Death document. Additional documents were needed due to signing with an “X”. Additional documentation was provided in the form of an individual acknowledgment. This assignment was completed in the Intensive Care Unit of
A Certified Notary Public Signing Agent was called to Greenville Memorial Hospital on behalf of a patient, however, due to competency laws, signing was refused. Family members, please be aware that if your loved one is deemed incompetent to act on their own behalf, seek legal advice. Signing a document without competence can be seen
A GreenvilleNotary.com Certified Notary Public Signing Agent completed a Charter Communications Service Transfer Agreement at Greenville Memorial Hospital on Wednesday, April 2, 2014 for two local residents. If you need our services and you have a loved one who is in the hospital, we are MOBILE and we will come to you. Call us at