Notary Blog: There’s Nothing Wrong with an Explanation

Some are unclear of the difference between a notary providing information only for informational purposes and a notary telling a signer what to do or how to act.  Take this example: I sign on many documents party to oversight transactions … Continue reading

Notary for Jurat/Affiant Statement and 14 Acknowledgments | Berea Walmart/Headquarters

Two local Upstate residents called into GreenvilleNotary.com in search of verification of true copies.  Per State of South Carolina law, we cannot, as notaries public verify the truthfulness or verify that documents are originals or true copies.  The signers had … Continue reading

Notary for Durable Power of Attorney and Health Care Power of Attorney

An out-of-state resident sought a notary within Greenville County limits for both a General and Durable Power of Attorney in behalf of his mother. Unfamiliar with the process, the parties were very apprehensive about Notary Public Signing Agent Sonita Leak’s … Continue reading