Notary Public Blog of Sonita M. Leak, CNSA for October 5, 2017 So, today is ‘Do Something Nice Day’. Well, I hope you’re being nice EVERY DAY of the year. But just – in – case you haven’t been on your Ps and Qs, maybe you can start today? As an effort to boost the
An example of a dire situation is when a person is admitted into ICU. There are tracheotomies, ventilators and other harsh conditions, such as paralysis that sometimes impede a signing when a person has been admitted into this ward. Hospital signings themselves can be tricky – maneuvering around HIPPA regulations (you cannot ask hospital staff if someone has Sound Mind), navigating the halls and room structure and sequestering family members are all a part of the job.
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
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…
A signing that was set for a rehabilitation facility located on Highway 14 in Simpsonville, South Carolina did not occur. It seems like we’ve had more and more occurrences where we are set to see patients within facilities, however, the transaction of signing paperwork does not occur because of one of many reasons. If you
I could, in my position as a Notary Public, provide a service that is convenient, quick and professional in manner and conduct my activities as if it were strictly that. However, being the person that I am, I would feel as if I were doing a family a disservice by not upholding the supportive role I hold dear in empathizing and providing condolence when a family feels as though no one understands what they are going through.
Sometimes the monotony of a hospital room or an assisted-living apartment creates a depressing environment, and if I can be that person to cheer them up for that very moment, it was all worth it.
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
Three Key Documents for Life by Sonita M. Leak, Owner of GreenvilleNotary.com The calls come in to GreenvilleNotary.com regularly; “We can’t find my mother’s Will,” “My cousin is in the hospital and what happened wasn’t expected and he needs to get a Power of Attorney signed and notarized,” and the infamous, “We don’t know what
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Usually when visiting retirement communities, documents that need to be signed are health related. However, the situations we come across at the hospital, assisted living facilities and communities here lately have dealt with many different issues: electricity changes, real property exchanges, benefits changes, etc.
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
“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
“A repeat caller who called into GreenvilleNotary.com previously, called us ONCE AGAIN!” The relative of two signers called once again, however, this time, the signing took place in a different location than the first. We definitely thank the signer for the callback and repeat business. From Greenville to Simpsonville we traveled. Meeting local residents in
“Notarizing on behalf of a patient who is under the influence of drugs is a NO – NO!” Early evening on Monday, March 28, 2016, the Granddaughter of a Greenville Memorial Intensive Care Unit patient called into the notary lines regarding a fairly urgent Durable Power of Attorney. Not knowing the outcome of the situation,
It’s always lovely to assist the patients and families of Heartland HCR Manorcare Centers East and West of Greenville, South Carolina. Travel to both facilities occurs many times a year. Located on Sulphur Springs Road in Greenville, there is a reason for the separation. Heartland Health Care Center-Greenville West specializes in vital care services and
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
The relative of a signer called in on the afternoon of November 3, 2015, for a patient staying at the Regency Hospital, residing on the Fourth Floor of the St. Francis Bon Secours Downtown facility. Due to scheduling conflicts on behalf of the lawyer and notary, the signing did not take place until the morning
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
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.
A last will and testament document was signed by a Greer, South Carolina resident, witnessed by an uninterested third party, witnessed by Sonita M. Leak, then notarized by Sonita M. Leak in her capacity as a Notary Public for the State of South Carolina. This process was completed within 45-minutes. Sometimes the process of a
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
A signing and witnessing of a Last Will and Testament document was conducted the morning of May 9, 2015 at the St. Francis Downtown location of Bon Secours. The signing was witnessed by a security guard and volunteer within the facility. The notarization was on behalf of a patient who died twice while in care
A Very Important Client signed out-of-state property related documents on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at the Spartanburg Regional Health Center Offices. We definitely thank the many companies and clients we serve. We are gracious to have your business at heart! Although we think all hospitals are mazes, Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita Leak was
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
An application signing was diverted from Easley, SC to St. Francis Bon Secours Hospital Facility today. A signing for a Borrower’s Application Package went down at approximately 6:30pm at the facility. This assignment was provided by MeyMax Title Agency out of Columbus, Ohio; GreenvilleNotary.com has not worked with MeyMax since November of 2012. Welcome back! Assignment
Beacon Legal Support again relied on GreenvilleNotary.com to carry through with another Affidavit of No Record for a Greenville Hospital System facility in Gray Court, SC. On Wednesday, January 14, 2015, Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak performed a notarization for the staff of Laurens Family Medical Center in regard to a “non-existence of