Notary Blog: “Did You Know That Notaries in South Carolina Could Marry Couples?”

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With prior scheduling, most couples look to their Pastor or a local Minister to marry them. Many of the local Ministers and Pastors are also Notaries Public. They, with proper ordainment, already have the authority to marry these couples. Some couples choose to have a large formal ceremony. Some couples choose to have a small elopement before their larger ceremony. Some, just want the no-frills paperwork signing. If by chance you want the quick route to marriage, or if you just want to legalize the process before your ‘Big Shebang’ Ceremony later, a Notary Public might be your better option. Continue reading

Wedding Consultation at Coffee Underground on a Rainy Day | Don’t Let Those Rainy Days Stop You

Today’s consultation with a Bride getting married on Saturday, July 29, 2017 included conversation about what would happen should the wedding date be a rain-out. Many of the ceremonies I conduct happen impromptu, meaning, they are spur-of-the-moment ceremonies. The couple wants to get married, if not right at the moment, very soon. When you plan your ceremony ahead of time with me, you get added touches. For instance, coordination assistance, proper formatting and a rehearsal are all a plus when you are in the planning processes. Continue reading

Notary Blog: It’s Valentine’s Day and We’re In Love!

Although February 14, 2017 is all booked up for weddings, it’s not too late to get in there for the year 2017. I am available for Impromptu On-the-Spot Wedding and Marriage Ceremonies (although prior planning prevents poor performance) all the way to Formal Ceremonies. Also, never discount other holidays or occasions for your Marriage Ceremony. Continue reading

Notary for Plead of Guilty or Plead of No Contest in a County Court Form (FL)

Are you the plaintiff or defendant in a pending court case in another state or county and cannot attend? At times, there are instances where you may not be able to travel, have outside obligations like school or work. Many … Continue reading