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.
“So Timios Title, Inc. and the notary were back at it again, scratching and clawing their way into Clemson, South Carolina once more.” A package executed on March 14, 2016 was not complete. It was not the notary’s fault, however. The title company called on our services again to have this two-page signing completed and
A batch of divorce documents required multiple signatures by a notary on August 10, 2015. While most offices are winding down, GreenvilleNotary.com is TURNING UP! Having worked on the signer’s preliminary separation paperwork, Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita Leak was already familiar with this return document. With proceedings being held in another state, the
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 court offices will allow a person, if they no longer reside in the jurisdiction where
Another private wedding ceremony was performed by Wedding Officiant and Notary Public Sonita M. Leak on the evening of Friday, April 3, 2015. The wedding, all the way from Asheville, North Carolina, traveled to Greenville for their nuptials. Why South Carolina? Why, they’ve been holding onto that Greenville County marriage license for quite some time!
A notarization on behalf of two local residents was conducted at the Greenville County Square Offices building located at 301 University Ridge, Greenville, South Carolina 29601. The appearance was made shortly before the Annual Notary Public Information Session on Tuesday, October 14, 2014, presented by the South Carolina Secretary of State’s Office in Columbia, SC.