Notary Blog of Sonita M. Leak, Notary Public and CNSA | HappyRe-Birth to Our United States Army | A Time to Give Thanks to All Who Have Served

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Happy Re-Birth.. Day to the largest branch of our United States Armed Forces, the United States Army. The original Army was called the Continental Army, formed in 1775 during the United States Revolutionary War. On June 3, 1784 (or as in military dating 3 June 1784), a disbanded Continental Army was once again revived by the Congress of the Confederation and re-coined the United States Army. Continue reading

Notary for Retired Military Veteran for Replacement Identification Notarization

I have to hand it to my signer today who has held on to his original “Indefinite” identification since 1984.  However, now that systems are new and updated, he is now being required to transfer his “old” ID over to … Continue reading

Notary for Private Wedding Ceremony Held at Marriage and Licensing Division, Greenville, SC

A short and sweet marriage ceremony was held on behalf of two members of the military deployed in different states.  The nuptials occurred at the Marriage and Licensing Division of the Probate Court, held at County Square, Suite 5600 of … Continue reading

Notary for Military Separation Document & Simple Affidavit on September 22, 2014

A Notary Public was summoned and answered a call for a double-duty call. Sonita M. Leak completed a notarization on behalf of a veteran in relation to Separation Documents and another Simple Affidavit/Jurat Acknowledgment on behalf of an out-of-state resident.  … Continue reading