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.
This is a Blog Digest of all assignments conducted on Tuesday, March 7, 2017:
Often, I receive emails from different people regarding what we CAN and CANNOT do as Notaries Public here in South Carolina. As it is a given, we are not attorneys, however, as a Notary Public Signing Agent, companies rely on me to complete additional duties that are NOT synonymous with being an attorney. Some question whether we work in the capacity of a….
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Having held his commission only since May of 2016, Larry Jackson wanted to get a ‘Jump Start’ on his Notary Public Signing Agency tenure. So what resources are out there for new notaries that want to learn our business? Truthfully, there are MANY resources, however, they are so spread out or so general in nature
As a commissioned Notary Public for the State of South Carolina, I have the ability to verify the identity of signers party to documents. One of the duties of my commission is to do this on behalf of someone who is a South Carolina resident, a Hawaiian resident, a Canadian national, etc. I hope you get
Two sick and shut-in Russian Immigrants were at wits end to get a notary public to assist them in their South Carolina Health Care Power of Attorney and Durable Power of Attorney Documents signed and notarized. Their loved one had no idea what to do, due to the fact that both forms of identification for
A local resident gave durable powers to a party in the State of Texas regarding all matters dealt with in that state. Along with additional documentation, because the Principal did not have photo identification, another local resident bearing valid government identification did however sign and affirm by oath that they knew Principal. This assignment was