Notary Public Blog of Sonita M. Leak, CNSA | It’s Hump Daaaaaaaaaaaaaay Wednesday

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Mid-week is here… Call now to get those documents signed. Documents that you would not expect needing signature notarization sometimes REQUIRE it.  During this time of year, Summer Camp Form Authorizations for parents are quite popular; so are Arbitrary Agreements that … Continue reading

Notary Blog of Sonita M. Leak, CNSA | This Week is Dimming Down, Don’t be a Clown and Don’t You Frown

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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. Continue reading

Pro Bono Notary for Mother/Son: Greenville, SC

Sometimes we give a lot of ourselves.  Sometimes we give of ourselves not knowing if we’ll receive anything in return.  Tonight, I experienced that. We are put in the middle of certain situations for a reason.  In one way today, … Continue reading

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

I could, in my position as a Notary Public, provide a service that is convenient, quick and professional in manner and conduct my activities as if it were strictly that. However, being the person that I am, I would feel as if I were doing a family a disservice by not upholding the supportive role I hold dear in empathizing and providing condolence when a family feels as though no one understands what they are going through.

Sometimes the monotony of a hospital room or an assisted-living apartment creates a depressing environment, and if I can be that person to cheer them up for that very moment, it was all worth it. Continue reading