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.
This is a Blog Digest of all Assignments from Sunday, February 12, 2017 until Saturday, February 22, 2017
Today, Tuesday, January 24, 2017 has been the busiest day thus far in 2017 for General Notary Work for GreenvilleNotary.com.
Click to read about all three of our General Notary Work assignments for the day!
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
“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,
“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
An out-of-town relative of a patient utilizing the rehabilitation services of Heartland ManorCare called into our notary lines around 12:45pm on this bright Sunday afternoon. Her dilemma? A Durable Power of Attorney was needed on behalf of her relative, however, there were none printed and the relatives had no clue where to start. Enter us.
On the evening of February 1, 2016 a three-part signing was completed on behalf of a patient at Greenville Memorial Hospital. Because her spouse was running relentlessly across town running errands, he relied on GreenvilleNotary.com to handle the document side of the day. Early on the morning of February 1, 2016, the spouse of the patient
Press the play button below! – Or Register by filling out the information below – Powered by Eventbrite Have you ever asked yourself, “What will happen to my estate when I pass away?” Come and get that Will, Power of Attorney notarized• at no cost in a Community-Wide event. The day will start with a
Travel to Simpsonville, South Carolina during ‘Rush Hour’? No problem. Sign the signature of a Principal without the ability to physically sign WHILE on the mad hunt for additional witnesses? Well, that was a little harder to do. When notaries public travel to assisted living, retirement community, rehabilitation or hospice care centers, staff members and workers usually
When companies need notaries on a spur-of-the-moment basis, we are “On the Move!” Sometimes a notary signature is necessary to verify either the record of or no record of medical records in a medical facility. Thank you to the private company requesting and to the records clerk who was patient in fulfilling the request from
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
A Power of Attorney Document was signed on behalf of a physically unable patient at the Open Arms Hospice, also known as the McCall Hospice House in Simpsonville, Greenville County, South Carolina on Monday, April 20, 2015. In attendance were Certified Notary Public, who signed in the capacity (in place of the Principal) and as notary.
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