Notary Blog: What I’ve Learned in the Past Week

There have been so many assignments I could reference this week.  This morning, I really did think long and hard about just a few of the experiences I’ve had with signings in the past couple of days alone.

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Notary for Five Wishes Advanced Directives and Last Will and Testament

When you provide a service and you treat your people right, what happens?  You get called back!  Another trip was taken to Diamond Health and Rehab, this would be the second this week.  Along with providing the information about our ... (Click on title to read FULL blog post.)

Notary for McDonnell and Associates, P.A. on Behalf of a Private Simpsonville, SC Document Owner and Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak was called early morning for an afternoon witnessing for a private Simpsonville, South Carolina location. There are times when you need a witness for a privately-held transaction you don’t ... (Click on title to read FULL blog post.)

Notary for Mortgage Application Oversight off of Woodruff Road, Greenville

On the afternoon of Wednesday, April 29, 2015, a Mortgage Application on behalf of People’s Bank and Trust of the State of Oklahoma. This signing was completed off of Woodruff Road, Greenville, SC 29607, for a local business owner and ... (Click on title to read FULL blog post.)

Good Palm Sunday from your Local Notary Service!

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The celebration of Palm Sunday originated in the Jerusalem Church, around the late fourth century. The early Palm Sunday ceremony consisted of prayers, hymns, and sermons recited by the clergy while the people walked to various holy sites ... (Click on title to read FULL blog post.)

New Blog Post: Notary for Urgent FedEx After-Hours Signing & Safety Precaution!

Vehicle Title Transfer

Around 5:30pm on Monday, January 26, 2015, received a call in regard to a local resident who needed to have a document notarized.  The document was a two-party document, and to prevent each signer from having to appear before ... (Click on title to read FULL blog post.)