📆It’s that time again. Time to get the kiddos ready for another school year. 📒There is a lot that that entails (back to school shopping, immunizations, physicals, new teacher meeting, school orientations, ect). 📏✂️Some of you may find yourself enrolling … Continue reading
Yes, it’s the 4th of July! Need your signature notarized on a document? Have your marriage licenses and want to get married? Today?
We salute and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice!!!
A certificate of pregnancy and an affidavit of self employment were both notarized for a individual relocating to “my” area. Relocating? Property management requires notarized signatures on documents? Call Upstate Mobile Notaries, LLC. Even in the middle of a workout, … Continue reading
When contacting a Notary to notarize signatures on certain documents in the State of South Carolina there’s somethings you should know. This post is directed to the Power of Attorney (Durable or Healthcare), Living Wills and Last Will & Testament … Continue reading
01/09/2019- A seller side document oversight and notarization of signatures was completed near Downtown Greenville SC. The shipping of said documents immediately followed. 01/09/2019- A very late evening appointment lead us to the Fork Shoals side of Greenville County SC … Continue reading
01/01/2019- A jurat with affiant statement was signed and attached to signer’s documents. *** A jurat with affiant statement is one of a few loose certificates not in the State of South Carolina are required to use. This is required … Continue reading
Due to current weather conditions Upstate Mobile Notaries LLC will only be providing mobile notary services on a limited basis. December 10-11, 2018 11:30am- 4:00pm. Also, be advised that depending on your location of service you may need to make … Continue reading
• Most Notaries Public within SC are only commissioned for the the State of South Carolina only and aren’t attorneys. • We here at Upstate Mobile Notaries LLC are NOT attorneys and therefore can NOT provide legal advice or draft … Continue reading
Not all donations made to worthy causes are deductable as charitable contributions. If you gave money to an individual in need or to an organization and specified that the contribution was for an individual, you are not able to deduct … Continue reading