The following is a full list of all Notary Service Work performed by GreenvilleNotary.com for the month of April 2017. Saturday, April 1, 2017: A Durable Power of Attorney form was signed by a local resident and notarized by GreenvilleNotary.com Owner Sonita M. Leak at Noon. A Wedding Ceremony was performed at Falls Park on
This execution occurred on the afternoon of Wednesday, January 18, 2016 near the Atrium Elevators of Greenville Memorial Hospital. The signing needed the assistance of two witnesses, none of which could be the Notary Public, as the signing was for a document that would be traveling Interstate and required the viewing of
So, for the first time in GreenvilleNotary.com history, we visited two separate facilities related to one mission.
When a Witness is needed for notary service at GreenvilleNotary.com, quick action must take place. There are several individuals and notaries public we can count on to, in essence, turn up fast and furious in the time of need. Thank you to a very close witness for coming to the aid of our client today. Along
A signing originally set to take place at Coffee Underground was uprooted due to traffic from the pageant that took place over the weekend. Although we attempt to keep our signings as private as possible, we had no choice but to take this one outside. Today’s document process involved four individuals, with assistance from two
It’s been quite some time since the notary public needed a notary public, but today was one. Thanks to quick-thinking and availability, Bethinina Gary was on the line and on location in NO TIME. Thanks again to Bethinina Gary and Upstate Mobile Notaries in helping out in a jiffy! On the evening of Friday, October
“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,
A GreenvilleNotary.com notary was in a rut to find a witness today. Ran into one potential witness and it was a no-go because she didn’t have her identification on her person. Upstairs, downstairs, all around the building, to no avail. Heaven sent an Angel when one of the hospital chaplains appeared at hospital room’s door this evening.
Number of Principals Signing: 2 Time spent signing: 3 hours Witnesses provided by the signers: 3 Documents signed: Durable & Health Care Powers of Attorney, Last Wills & Testaments Total time indulged protecting family and property? …PRICELE$$ The message from today’s signer 30-year old Krystel Emery, “It’s never too early or too late to
A repeat customer called us a few days ago in regard to having a few documents signed. The documents needed witnessing by two separate, uninterested parties. Thanks to Village Grind Co-Owner/Operator Lindsey Montgomery for acting as one of the witnesses to the signing. It’s lovely when your signer arrives 30-minutes early to their own appointment. We guess
A Tennessee law firm in desperate need of a notary signing agent called into GreenvilleNotary.com mid-afternoon for a signing taking place for a transient out-of state resident. Without any other recourse, GreenvilleNotary.com Owner and Notary Public Sonita Leak took the reigns of the assignment. With the assistance of local resident A. Norman, another transient resident of
Shortly after one notarization, another occurred. The weekend is a time to relax for most, however, for those who need documents turned in on Monday morning, time is of the essence. A local couple was in the search for a notary for Sunday service for a Spousal Consent Form to a very important and highly exigent financial
Click the sound byte below to hear what notaries can do when a principal with sound mind can only make a mark or cannot physically sign at all. Visit the Secretary of State’s Notary Public Manual by Clicking Here. Posted by Certified Notary Public and GreenvilleNotary.com Owner Sonita M. Leak.
Thank you to the signer, who called early-morning, made a promise to call us back, then DID call again at 5:11pm on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 to get his document notarized. The document was an insurance claim form, which we originally believed needed two witnesses along with the notary signature. It turns out the document needed only