We received the call the day before the event was to take place. A local resident, fairly shut-in, needed a mobile notary for travel to the home for Last Will and Testament paperwork to be witnessed and notarized. So, with the help of a friend, who acted as the first witness, and Notary Public Sonita Leak, who acted as the second witness and notary, it was made POSSIBLE.
When we notarize, and sometimes witness, for Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Wills and Last Will and Testament documents, we take care and consideration to ensure no signatures are missed. Did you know that we cannot notarize a document if it is not first completed fully? Yes, that means, if you have a Will or Power of Attorney document you need notarized, it cannot have blank lines that are either not completed or not marked as N/A. Just our little tip for the day.
This assignment occurred on June 9, 2015 in the late evening off of Highway 81 in Piedmont, South Carolina 29673. Three copies of the document were completed.