This Notary Sound Byte outlays the difference between these three documents that are sometimes confused one for another. Click the PLAY button below to listen. *Please note that the content of this sound byte is for informational purposes only, as I am not an attorney and cannot give advice or advisement. With that said, listen
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Say you’ve lost your cell phone or your vehicle was stolen. You will be surprised of all the instances where you might need our services. Have a loved on in an assisted living facility or rehabilitation and you need someone mobile?
Written by Certified Notary Signing Agent, Marriage Notary and Owner of GreenvilleNotary.com Sonita M. Leak on November 1, 2017. These types of signings can be tricky. On the morning of Monday, October 30, 2017, a local party called into the lines of GreenvilleNotary.com with her situation. The caller had made an unsuccessful venture to her
Property Documents, Notary Application and a Limited Power of Attorney. What a whirlwind! While one signing was scheduled at the Zaxby’s located at 824 S. Church Street, Greenville, SC 29601, the second signing was scheduled for another location near White Horse Road earlier in the morning. The last signing, well, the last signing was a pop-up from out of the blue.
Sometimes family members get away with having those in care allowing paperwork to be notarized because of the “I Love Them” factor (signing and allowing a document to be drafted sight unseen and notarized because they ‘feel’ their relative has their best interest at heart).
Know also that as Notaries Public we cannot provide information on ‘how’ to draft your document or ‘what’ specific details to fill, our duty goes as far as showing you ‘where’ to put certain information.
While visiting their loved one, who made an unexpected trip to the Greenville Memorial Hospital Emergency Room, then up to the Heart Institute Intensive Care Unit, one of a patient’s relatives made a call to GreenvilleNotary.com. While the Notary Public was on the way to take care of another situation, information was provided via text to get to the signers in urgent need of assistance.
Although Social Media is all the rage, so is the privacy of our precious signers in their time of need. Although information about signing are provided on GreenvilleNotary.com, each and every customer is treated with kit gloves, and for those who wish not to disclose their particular situation to the public, it is NOT disclosed. Never will we disclose information regarding certain transactions, including, but not limited to birth, death, nor accidents.
Whether you know this facility by its new name or still refer to it as its previous, WE KNOW WHERE IT IS! 600 Old Sulphur Springs Road, Greenville, SC 29617 is one of the first places I approached when soliciting clients and customers for GreenvilleNotary.com.
Notary service on behalf of local residents is our game. However, considering that we just experienced Shop Small Saturday, local notary service on behalf of two local business owners is definitely a pleasure! Thanks to Betsy Tetsch (pronounced Tay-ch) of CanvasOne.com and Spencer Stanton of Stanton Photos for calling on GreenvilleNotary.com to service their need for
As a Notary Public for the State of South Carolina, one of my duties is to follow the law of the land, stay abreast of those laws and also to conduct research for new information and opportunities. As a mentor to other Notaries Public, it is also my duty to inform other Notaries of opportunities
When I think of a great Sunday after church snack, I think of ice cream. And on Sunday when I think of ice cream for that snack, I think of Spill the Beans. A local resident called into the notary line shortly after 9 a.m. on Sunday, November 20, 2016. He and his spouse needed to
Three Key Documents for Life by Sonita M. Leak, Owner of GreenvilleNotary.com The calls come in to GreenvilleNotary.com regularly; “We can’t find my mother’s Will,” “My cousin is in the hospital and what happened wasn’t expected and he needs to get a Power of Attorney signed and notarized,” and the infamous, “We don’t know what
Should you need notary service in the Upstate area throughout Greenville, Pickens, Oconee, Laurens, Abbeville, Anderson or Spartanburg Counties, call 864.214.6447. If the notary public can’t help you, we’ll find somebody who will.
What notary service do you know of that answers the phone at 7:30 in the morning? This one! On the morning of Wednesday, October 19, 2016, a local party, signer to multiple documents needed a notary before arrival to the Family Court building, in the County Square division on University Ridge in 29601. The issue at
Meeting of the minds are great, especially when you can find a notary public that works on the weekend. An out-of-state resident called in to GreenvilleNotary.com fairly late in the evening of Friday, October 14, 2016, about a very important and very sensitive matter. The party was meeting with another person from yet another state
Short-notice signings is what GreenvilleNotary.com specializes in. In the evening of Thursday, October 14, 2016, we received a call for a Liberty, South Carolina resident in-patient at Greenville Memorial Hospital for a Durable Financial Power of Attorney. In many situations, as an Attorney-in-Fact (the agent who is in charge of handling the affairs of a
Today was as good a day as any for a resident of Seneca, South Carolina hospitalized at Greenville Memorial Hospital to draw up and sign documents for their relative to handle their private affairs, as the situation being dealt with was serious. This is the first of two signings that occurred at Greenville Memorial Hospital today. The second, well, the
So, no McFlurry was had, however as this notary pulled into the parking lot of the McDonalds located at the intersection of Blue Ridge Drive and White Horse Road, a local party called into the GreenvilleNotary.com lines with an urgent matter. There are no days off here, not even on sick days, so a notary’s gotta
Point is, there are situations that can occur in your line of duty that you cannot prevent. You are a professional, yes, a fortune-teller, no. Therefore, make sure you record each and every transaction that comes across your business.
Early on the morning of Wednesday, August 10, 2016, the spouse of a sick and shut in individual called into GreenvilleNotary.com’s phone line seeking a mobile notary to assist with the signing of a Power of Attorney document later in the evening. For this signing, time was of the essence, as the signer was already
Well what do you know? The voice on the other side of the phone sounded all too familiar. It sounded like a voice I’d heard before. MANY TIMES BEFORE. The young lady on the other end was in need of a notary RIGHT THEN. After negotiating terms, pricing, and meeting location, the customer then asks…
Thanks to CSS for an evening signing in the Historic city’s centre of 29601. I know it’s been a while posting but I’m not going to let anything (or anyone) stop my flow. Yes, there are MANY posts that I’ve missed, but they will be outlined in a WHOLE NUTHA post, soon to be released!
A call rang in to the notary line this morning regarding a Vehicle Title transaction. Today’s transaction was different than the usual out-of-state transfer. Why? Well, first of all the title to the vehicle being transferred hailed from a state other than South Carolina. The signing was even more unusual because the person who appeared
Before beginning this post, I would like to send out a prayer to the individuals involved in an incident witnessed on the way to this assignment yesterday. I’m unsure of the condition of the severely injured party involved. Please, loved ones and friends, buckle up, make sure your children are properly buckled and LOOK TWICE.
“A repeat caller who called into GreenvilleNotary.com previously, called us ONCE AGAIN!” The relative of two signers called once again, however, this time, the signing took place in a different location than the first. We definitely thank the signer for the callback and repeat business. From Greenville to Simpsonville we traveled. Meeting local residents in
I can’t say much here because the signing was of a discreet nature, however, a local Mauldin, South Carolina resident who deals with documents needing notarization regularly was in need of a notary public to sign off on the Notary Application Renewal Form. When you have a notary right in front of you, no better
“This is an event you don’t want to miss!” No, it’s not the most exciting stuff in the world, however, having these Very Important Documents signed and sealed may be the difference between having your loved ones covered, assets protected or falling into the pitfalls of Eminent Domain controlling your estate, fighting and family disconnect.
“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,
“During the signing, there were spurts of game-watching…” Don’t ever say that our notary signing agency service didn’t leave the light on for you. A signing that was originally set to take place earlier in the day stretched its way on out to the late evening. Due to a hiccup in receiving documents on time,
“A very extensive Online I-9 Authorization signing was re-routed from one location to another.” Tonight’s signing occurred on the evening of March 23, 2016 at Carolina Ale House instead of a popular Downtown Greenvillebookstore. Because the original venue was packed to the hilt, we had to make some concessions. Well, not really a concession, we
“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
“On the spot FAX? We do that!” A swearing-in ceremony was performed by Certified Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita M. Leak in the early morning hours of Wednesday, March 23, 2016. Thanks to our repeat client for entrusting in GreenvilleNotary.com’s services for her telephonic deposition hearing. It was also great seeing colleagues we normally associate
“Weekend notary fun wouldn’t be complete without signing a few documents.” I believe this to be the biggest weekend in notary history here at GreenvilleNotary.com! Signing documents is usually an easy task for this notary; this weekend has been OFF the charts. With a proposed three signings on Sunday alone, this has been by far
“It’s great to have connections with the area facilities in which mobile notaries are needed.” The relative of a patient/resident at HCR Healthcare West, 600 Sulphur Springs Road, Greenville, SC 29617, called into the notary line days earlier. She wanted to ensure she had her ducks in a row before the notary came to location
“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 private signing situation ran into the dilemma of finding a witness.” The paperwork set forth was sensitive in nature for two South Carolina residents. Paperwork such as this is usually NOT witnessed by neighbors or family members. Why? When it concerns private matters, sometimes it is best to keep those who are in your
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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 afternoon of Friday, February 19, GreenvilleNotary.com Owner and Certified Notary Public Sonita M. Leak completed a private document signing on behalf of a new colleague. For convenience, the signing was taken care of off of Woodruff Road. The Starbucks location where the signing took place provided a large round table where all parties,
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
It’s always lovely to assist the patients and families of Heartland HCR Manorcare Centers East and West of Greenville, South Carolina. Travel to both facilities occurs many times a year. Located on Sulphur Springs Road in Greenville, there is a reason for the separation. Heartland Health Care Center-Greenville West specializes in vital care services and
Now offering Wedding Notary Service packages for ceremonies with and without photography. Call 864.214.6447 to inquire. What I promise: Responsiveness Efficient and Professional Service Style & Grace A Genuine Ceremony Comparable Pricing “I would be honored to have and to hold your ceremony with care!” Whether your marriage play out as a brief serenade elopement
Early afternoon January 5, 2015, a call for a Power of Attorney signing rang into the GreenvilleNotary.com phone lines. An individual called on behalf of their relative for a Power of Attorney. Because of our tight-knit notary public community, the original notary called referred today’s client. Being that it was not far from our location, they were able
Merry Christmas All! The offices of GreenvilleNotary.com will be closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, December 24 and December 25, 2015. Do you anticipate that family member being here in the Greenville/Upstate area so that you can get your Will, Power-of-Attorney or other documents notarized by a Certified South Carolina Notary Public? Well, set up your appointment
When you need a Notary Public in Greenville and Upstate, SC, call 864.214.6447
This Notary Minute Sound Byte is provided by National Notary Association Notary Public Ambassador and GreenvilleNotary.com Owner Sonita M. Leak. The information displayed on this website is to be used for informational purposes only. Please do not take any of the information herein as legal advice. Should you need legal advice, please consult your attorney.
What do you do with a nice, warm Sunday afternoon in December? Why, you go outside and enjoy it! What do you do when someone needs a notary on Sunday? You call on GreenvilleNotary.com! A local Upstate resident needed to sign a Duke Energy Identity Verification Form in front of a notary public and have his