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.
Notary Public Blog of Sonita M. Leak, CNSA for October 5, 2017 So, today is ‘Do Something Nice Day’. Well, I hope you’re being nice EVERY DAY of the year. But just – in – case you haven’t been on your Ps and Qs, maybe you can start today? As an effort to boost the
“My story all of this hit suddenly. One day I’m going to the fair with my daughter, early the next morning I’m in the hospital because i fell out of bed hit my head. The doctors find a massive brain tumor.
After having brain surgery because of the tumor, complications arose and I had to be revived. I had to spend almost a week in the Intensive Care Unit hooked to machines. What was supposed to be a 5-day stay turned into a month.”
Noon on Friday, September 30, 2016, a local Pendleton Manor resident signed Very Important Documents. Due to unfortunate events, the resident was unable to act on behalf of a relative who recently passed away. Therefore, a Renunciation of Personal Representative Status form was signed before GreenvilleNotary.com Owner and State of South Carolina Notary Public Sonita