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No. I am not an attorney licensed to practice law in the state of South Carolina, and I may not give legal advice or accept fees for legal advice. Additionally, I cannot prepare documents for you. Documents must be 100% completed but unsigned until the notary is present. Prestige can refer signers to the receiving agency of a document or an attorney if they have questions, so they can receive proper instructions or advice.

No. A notary public’s jurisdiction extends throughout the State of South Carolina but does not extend beyond its borders (§26-1-80). Jurisdiction is limited to the physical borders of South Carolina, and notarial acts cannot be performed outside of the state. However, documents for use in another state may be notarized in South Carolina as long as the notarization physically takes place within the borders of the state. South Carolina law does not allow out-of-state residents to become South Carolina notaries public, even if they are employed within the State of South Carolina.

Virtually any document can be notarized. However, there are exceptions, such as vital records like birth, marriage, and death certificates. Notaries cannot make or certify copies of these records. Individuals must go to the government agency that issued the certificate to obtain copies.

Prestige Notary Solutions is available Monday through Friday from 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm by appointment. Additionally, services are available on Saturday and Sunday by appointment only.

Absolutely. Prestige Notary Solutions is a mobile notarial service, and we can facilitate signings anywhere to accommodate clients.

For your notary session, please ensure you have the following:

  • The completed document you wish to have notarized.
  • A valid photo ID that meets state requirements.
  • Any other individuals (with proper ID) who will be signing the document.
  • Payment for notarial services (cash, debit, and major credit cards are accepted at Prestige Notary Solutions).

Acceptable forms of ID for notary services include:

  • State-issued driver’s license.
  • State-issued identification card.
  • U.S. military identification card.
  • Resident alien identification card (green card).
  • U.S. passport.