EDOC and Print Fees 2021

Over the Past 10 months we have monitored The “Notary” areas Very Closely and we find it nessary to raise the Fees on Eletronic Documents and other overnight and or Rush Services. our Standard Fee for mobile Ecoc and or client pick up be set at 45.00 our curriour Services Fees being Set at $95.00 For those Fees . for customers , and or clients that have approved invoicing and or net 30 accounts there will be a financing charge of 8 % per month per overdue accounts . Payments Will be Due no later than 3 PM (15th of month) . for Payments Entered manualy there will be a $4.95 charge applied to the account for proper account credit maint. and for processing Fee . After Hours Fees . For Booked appointments after 6 :00 PM eastern there will be an additional Fee of $35.00 Minimum Charge. If you would have any questions regarding These changes , Feel free to contact us by using the Contact us Form and we will respond to you soon.

Picktime- Service alert

We are pleased to announce the Launch of Use with Picktime,

We also provide personal calendars to every user of picktime. Every user can easily check his or her personal and business schedules whenever they want and from anywhere. It is as flexible as that.

Picktime is a free online scheduling platform through which businesses and consumers can book and schedule meetings, appointments, classes, events with each other and also with other businesses.

Picktime is not the common scheduling software you see on a daily basis. It is a platform which is mainly focussed on connecting businesses and clients through time. While businesses can manage appointments, classes, and clients through Picktime, a consumer can use it to check his/her everyday schedule and also create events with friends and family.

We also provide personal calendars to every user of picktime. Every user can easily check his or her personal and business schedules whenever they want and from anywhere. It is as flexible as that. we encourage all of our users and potential clients to use the service. Please Keep in mind , however if we start getting users abusing this service We reserve to Block your accsess to the service at anytime without warning. this new booking service can be located here and on the picktime page on our website https://www.picktime.com/df93128d-2132-4545-9a64-05b80ef11e5e

The Ultimate Elopement Checklist- Elope!

The words “Let’s elope!” evoke visions of throwing caution to the wind, grabbing your fiancé’s hand, and riding off into the sunset together.

Stylish bride and groom crossing a city street | Elopement Checklist

But let’s be real: Although an elopement has fewer moving parts than a large wedding, there’s still some advance planning you’ll want to do. Why? Because despite the simpler process, there are plenty of important things you won’t want to forget!

To help get you straight to your happily-ever-after with as little stress as possible, we’ve put together this Elopement Checklist.


First you need to nail down the basics…and we assume you know the answers to these questions:

  • What’s your budget?
  • What date would you like to be married?
  • Where do you want to elope to?
  • Will you be inviting any guests? (Yes, you can have a few family and friends and still call it an elopement!)
  • Will you need to hire any wedding vendors, such as an officiant or photographer? (More on this later.)
Elopement at New York City Hall | Elopement Checklist


Tying the knot at the local courthouse, Las Vegas, or some exotic locale? That is the question.

  • If you’re eloping to a destination, take care of your travel arrangements early—get those earlybird airfare and hotel deals!
  • If you’d like to get married at the local courthouse, do your research. Go to the website for your city/county’s Clerk’s Office for the specifics on how your day will go. Here are some issues to be aware of:
    • Popular city hall locations (like San Francisco City Hall) can book up months in advance, so you’ll need to make your appointment early.
    • Some courthouse locations don’t even take appointments for marriages—meaning it’s first-come, first-served, with DMV-style waiting.
    • Some states require two separate appointments—one for your marriage license and (within 90 days of that) another for your ceremony.
    • Oftentimes couples getting married at a city hall aren’t allowed to read their own vows during the ceremony.
    • One more thing: Some city hall locations put a limit on the number of guests you’re allowed to bring (including witnesses).
  • If you want a totally turnkey elopement, consider hiring an all-inclusive elopement service with professionals that take care of everything for you, or find a wedding venue that offers a special elopement package.
Newlyweds hold a "We Eloped" chalkboard sign | Elopement Checklist

Marriage License

Legal requirements for a marriage differ depending on the city, state, and country. They can include everything from a premarital blood test to a waiting period, so it’s important to do your research to make sure your knot is legally tied! If you’re getting married stateside, researching U.S. marriage laws is a good place to start.

Be sure to double-check the following:

  • Do you need an appointment in order to pick up your marriage license?
  • What’s the waiting period? Some states require up to a week between when you file for a marriage license and when you can legally get married!
  • Do you need witnesses? Most states require that two witnesses be physically present to sign the marriage license, but some states/countries have different requirements. Some states even allow you to self-solemnize, which means you don’t even need witnesses! (Again, be sure to check!)
  • What are the officiant requirements? Unless you’re getting married at a courthouse, you may need to book your own—or ask a trusted friend to get ordained!
  • Are there any other legal issues you might run into? Maybe, so keep birth certificates, divorce papers from previous marriages, and other important docs on hand. Even if you elope abroad, you’ll need to get your license beforehand.
Couple elope on a mountaintop | Elopement Checklist

Travel + Accommodations

If you’re traveling out of state—or out of the country—how are you getting where you’re going?

  • Make travel arrangements/bookings whether you’re going by car, bus, plane, or pack mule. (Grand Canyon elopement, anyone?)
  • Book any overnight accommodations.


The exchanging of wedding rings during the ceremony is optional, yet very symbolic. But you don’t need to spend beaucoup bucks to incorporate this age-old tradition into your elopement.

If you’re short on funds but would still like to put a ring on it, may we suggest:

  • Silicone wedding bands. Companies like Qalo and Enso offer chic, silicone wedding bands starting at around just $10.
  • Search for cheap wedding bands on Etsy. You’ll be amazed at the gorgeous selection of budget-friendly options.
  • Ring Pops. Seriously! If your elopement is a truly spontaneous fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants decision but you’d still like to exchange rings, run into the local gas station and grab yourself a couple.
Newlyweds share a kiss in front of floral hoops | Elopement Checklist

Photography + Vendors

One thing we don’t recommend skimping on? Your wedding photos. You may also want to think about additional wedding services.

  • Book a photographer in advance. No, it’s not mandatory, but you’ll no doubt want photographic evidence of this momentous occasion. So why not take advantage of all the money you’re saving with this elopement by splurging on a professional photographer? Ask if they offer hourly rates or special city hall packages.
  • If you simply can’t swing it, charge up that iPhone. If time or budgetary constraints prevent you from hiring a photographer, at the very least bring along your own camera or smartphone. Ask your witness to capture a few sweet shots of the two of you crazy lovebirds as you say “I do”.
  • Would you like a bouquet and/or boutonnière? If you do want wedding flowers you can either swing by the local flower shop or have a professional provide them. If it’s the latter, be sure to book them in advance!
  • Other vendors to consider include:
    • Wedding planner
    • Videographer
    • Caterer, cake maker, and/or DJ if you’re planning an after-party
Couple elopes in Austin in front of "I love you so much" mural | Elopement Checklist

Elope in Austin

Attire + Hair/Makeup

Elopement style runs the gamut from fancy to free-spirited, and what you choose is totally and completely up to you! But if you’re getting photos taken (see above), you’ll want to look and feel your best.

  • Coordinate your outfits. Whatever you decide to wear, just make sure you and your partner are on the same wavelength. It might look a little weird if you’re decked out in an extravagant gown and your better half is dressed in ripped jeans, ya know?
  • Factor any travel into your outfit choices. If you’re flying, choose fabrics that won’t easily wrinkle when packed—or at least make sure your hotel has an iron you can use.
  • Figure out the makeup and hair sitch. Many salons offer hair and makeup services on a walk-in basis—as long as your wants are minimal. But if you’re going for a more glam look, it’s best to call ahead and make an appointment. Or, you can always do it yourself—nothing wrong with that!

Post-Elopement Considerations

You may say “I do” and be done, but we definitely recommend some sort of post-elopement celebration!

  • How are you going to celebrate your new legal status? Let us remind you that although your elopement may have lacked much of the pomp and circumstance of a large wedding, it’s still a huge deal! Celebrate accordingly. This could mean a quick trip to the wine bar, an intimate dinner with your closest family and friends, or even a just-the-two-of-you tropical getaway courtesy of all that cash you saved.
  • Consider sending out elopement announcements. Try and avoid hurt feelings by telling your nearest and dearest first, either in person or by phone, then send out fun elopement announcements to shout out your new relationship status!
Cute pregnant bride eloping on the beach

Elope in 2021

Now accepting clients and booking dates for Elopements 2021. share this post with someone. up to 50 guests! Elope on Folly Beach in 2021 Water’s Edge Inn is a Folly Beach hotel that proudly boasts a wide array of on-site amenities for guests to enjoy, many of which are included free of charge. Each of our guest rooms is fully equipped with all of the comforts of home, making it easy to call Water’s Edge Inn your home away from home. Guests love our spacious beds and can enjoy a cozy fireplace in most of our rooms. Additionally, each room provides a mini-fridge and a coffee maker for your convenience. Most of our rooms feature a porch or balcony and serve as the perfect spot to catch up on your favorite book or enjoy an evening sunset. Guests can book massage and spa treatments for an additional charge.
View a full list of our generous amenities below and start planning your trip to Water’s Edge Inn! https://www.innatfollybeach.com/ call 1-888-636-3813 For elopement package options today .

A letter From Founder Aspire Notary Formerly Notarystation

2020! Nobody in This Country Would Have Ever imagined have Ever Living covid-19. I am A Survivior of C Difficille (2017) and this year We have Faced hardships in our personal Lives , and Economically as well. I am writing This to let people know that We are still Here . throughout 2021 and continuing We are and will Continue To operate Our New hours are Monday- Thursday 7 AM – until 3:00 Pm eastern time and Friday- 7:30 am until 1:00 PM We are closed on Saturday and Sunday. Please Contact us to discuss your Needs. This past January We Launched on a new phone System that includes a call Quue and an on hold System. In years Past During the Holidays We have had office Closures But this Christmas eve Christmas day and New years day we will be open. as above 2020 has been a challenging year and have had to make some difficult choices and have been forced implement a fee for services charge to all client-Notary Transactions. the Fee is $8.00 we Do offer Discounts on notarial acts (over 10 pages) or with seal. there is a 5.00 per act fee Charged per document

also Happening November 2020 We will Be Giving away Free Notary Services. No your eyes are not playing tricks on you . yes you are Reading this correctly! Free No costs to the First 10 clients to book For November 7th . any document . Any person. State Id will Be required. Contact our office. For details.


Fingerprinting Service

We Will be offering wet ink fingerprinting to come to your home or office.  These can be used for employment, criminal background checks, liquor and medical licenses.


Driver’s License or passport of the person being fingerprinted.

Fingerprint cards* – offers fingerprint cards for an additional fee of 15.00 per card

We can also go the FBI and other entities a report of your criminal background.  The background checks for the state, the US government and foreign governments as well. 

This Service Will Start and Be effective July 1 2020

For Questions on this Upcoming Service Please Contact us Toll Free 1-888-646-3813

Aiken County SC Schools 2020-21 academic year- Free notary School Enrolment Forms 1-25 though 5-14-2020

During the Coming Weeks Aiken County Schools Will be gearing up For School Registration For Students that will Be attending Courses During the Upcoming academic Year. This Year From January 23 2020 – May 14 . often times in south carolina forms will need to be noterized . contact our office at 803-862-9280 to Schedule a notary sighning ..

General Guidance for South Carolina Immunization Requirements

A valid South Carolina Certificate of Immunization for all enrolled children, 3 months of age and older, must be maintained by public and private childcare facilities (as defined in SC Code of Laws Section 63-13-20); public, private, and parochial schools, grades kindergarten through 12th grade; and child development programs under the control of the Department of Education.

South Carolina state law requires a valid SC Certificate of Immunization or valid exemption. Children without a valid certificate or exemption will not be allowed to attend childcare and/or school. Failure to comply with this law may result in audits and/or legal action.

Doses documented on the immunization certificate must be valid doses according to accepted practice standards for the minimum age(s) and intervals, as well as all ACIP vaccine specific recommendations and CDC General Best Practice Guidelines for Immunization.

For unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated children, refer to currently published ACIP CatchUp Schedule for number of doses necessary to complete the vaccine series and meet the requirement.

Pursuant to Section 44-29-180, South Carolina Code of Laws, and South Carolina Regulation 61-8, students may be exempt from these immunization requirements for the following reasons:

Medical Exemption: The Medical Exemption section of the SC Certificate of Immunization should only be completed when a child has a permanent or temporary medical reason for exclusion from receipt of vaccine(s). The Medical Exemption section must be completed by a licensed Physician (MD or DO) or his/her authorized representative (e.g. Physician’s Assistant or Advanced Practice Registered Nurse). For temporary medical exemptions, an expiration date in the future is documented when next immunizations are due.

Religious Exemption: A religious exemption may be granted to any student whose parents, parent, guardian, or person in loco parentis signs the appropriate section of the South Carolina Certificate of Religious Exemption stating that one or more immunizations conflicts with their religious beliefs. The South Carolina Certificate of Religious Exemption can only be obtained from a DHEC health department. The parent or guardian must sign the DHEC form in the presence of a notary.

Special Exemptions: A SC Certificate of Special Exemption may be issued by the school to a student that has been unable to secure immunizations or documentation of immunizations already received. This exemption is only valid for 30 calendar days for the current enrollment and may be issued only once.

Resources: ACIP vaccine recommendations: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/acip-recs/index.html ACIP schedules https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/hcp/index.html CDC General Best Practice Guidelines for Immunization: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/acip-recs/general-recs/index.html Minimum ages and intervals https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/pinkbook/downloads/appendices/A/age-interval-table.pdf

South Carolina Immunization Requirements for Childcare 2019-2020

The following minimum requirements are necessary for childcare. These requirements will be effective as of July 1, 2019. This includes preschool attendance for 4K programs and younger. A SC Certificate of Immunization with an expiration date is acceptable to allow for ageappropriate completion of vaccination series. No child can attend childcare or preschool for more than 30 days past the expiration date of the certificate.

Vaccine Requirement Diphtheria, Tetanus and Pertussis Four (4) doses of any combination of DTP, DT, or DTaP vaccine Polio Three (3) doses of any combination of oral or inactivated polio vaccine
Haemophilus influenza Type b (Hib)
Current, age-appropriate Hib vaccination according to the currently published immunization schedule. For children 15-59 months of age who have not yet completed age-appropriate Hib vaccination, one (1) dose of Hib vaccine at or after 15 months of age is required. Hib vaccine is not required for children 5 years of age and older.
Measles, Mumps and Rubella
One (1) dose of MMR vaccine received on or after the first birthday
Hepatitis B
Three (3) doses of hepatitis B vaccine with the third dose received >24 weeks of age and at least 16 weeks after the first dose
One (1) dose of varicella vaccine received on or after the first birthday or positive history of disease
Current, age-appropriate pneumococcal vaccination according to the currently published immunization schedule. For children aged 24-59 months who have not yet completed any age-appropriate pneumococcal vaccination, one (1) dose of PCV13 on or after the 2nd birthday is required. Pneumococcal vaccine is not required for children 5 years of age and older.

Please note: Children enrolled in grade 5K or greater and enrolled in a childcare facility (e.g., after school and/or summer program) must meet school immunization requirements and have a valid SC Certificate of Immunization on file at the childcare and school facility.

Pursuant to Section 44-29-180, South Carolina Code of Laws, “…no owner or operator of a public or private childcare facility as defined in Section 63-13-20 may…enroll or retain a child or person who cannot produce satisfactory evidence of having been vaccinated or immunized so often as directed by the Department of Health and Environmental Control. Records of vaccinations or immunizations must be maintained by the institution, school or day care facility to which the child or person has been admitted.”

South Carolina Immunization Requirements for School 2019-2020

The following minimum immunization requirements are necessary for a child to be admitted to any public, private, or parochial school, grades 5K-12:

Vaccine Grade Grade Level Requirement
Diphtheria, Tetanus and Pertussis
Four (4) doses of any combination of DTP, DT, DTaP, Td, or Tdap vaccine with at least one (1) dose received on or after the fourth birthday
Tdap Booster
One (1) dose of Tdap vaccine received on or after the 7th birthday

This dose of Tdap may be included as one of the doses needed to meet the requirement for Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis.


Three (3) doses of oral and/or inactivated polio vaccine with at least one (1) dose received on or after the fourth birthday

Three (3) doses of oral and/or inactivated polio vaccine (IPV) with at least one (1) dose received on or after the 4th birthday OR four (4) doses of oral and/or inactivated polio vaccine (IPV) before 4th birthday (if all doses separated by at least 4 weeks) Follow CDC recommendations for students 18 years of age and older
Measles, Mumps and Rubella
5K – 12
Two (2) doses of MMR vaccine with both doses received on or after the first birthday and separated by at least 4 weeks
Hepatitis B 5K – 12
Three (3) doses of hepatitis B vaccine, with the third dose received >24 weeks of age and at least 16 weeks after the first dose


5K – 5
Two (2) doses of varicella vaccine with both doses received on or after the first birthday and separated by at least 4 weeks or a positive history of disease.
One (1) dose of varicella vaccine received on or after the first birthday or positive history of disease
Please note:  Children enrolled in 4K programs and younger must meet Childcare Requirements, even if attendance is in a school setting.  Children enrolled in 5K through Grade 12 must meet School Requirements.

Pursuant to Section 44-29-180, South Carolina Code of Laws, and South Carolina Regulation 61-8, “no superintendent of an institution of learning, no school board or principal of a school…may…enroll or retain a child or person who cannot produce satisfactory evidence of having been vaccinated or immunized so often as directed by the Department of Health and Environmental Control…. Records of vaccinations or immunizations must be maintained by the institution, school or day care facility to which the child or person has been admitted.”

February 2019

FAQs: New Hepatitis A Vaccine Childcare and School Requirement for 2020-2021 School Year

What is hepatitis A? Hepatitis A is a virus that causes serious liver infection and can spread from person to person. It can cause symptoms like fever, nausea, vomiting, stomach pain and jaundice (skin or eyes look yellow). Children under 6 years old often have no symptoms.

What do I need to know about the hepatitis A vaccine? Children need 2 doses of the hepatitis A vaccine for full protection. The first dose is given as early as age 12 months and the second dose is given at least 6 months later. The vaccine is safe and highly effective at preventing hepatitis A infections.

Why a new requirement for hepatitis A vaccine? Vaccination requirements for child care and school aged children promote higher rates of vaccination coverage, an important need given increasing reports of vaccine preventable disease outbreaks. Many states are experiencing years-long hepatitis A outbreaks, and South Carolina is now seeing increases in hepatitis A cases. Vaccinating children against hepatitis A virus can help stop hepatitis A spread in communities, and also prevent future outbreaks.
What children will be required to get the vaccine under the new requirement? • Childcare: Any child born on or after January 1, 2019 • School: Any child starting 5K in the 2020-2021 school year
When does the new requirement start? • Childcare: effective July 1, 2020 • School: effective for the 2020-2021 school year. Each school year an additional grade levels will be added to the requirement.
How many children in South Carolina have had the hepatitis A vaccine? Data from the CDC shows that about 85% of children under age 3 have had 1 dose of hepatitis A vaccine and almost 60% have had 2 doses.

Where can children get the hepatitis A vaccine? Children can get hepatitis A vaccine and other vaccines from their health care provider or local health department. For a DHEC appointment, call 855-472-3432.

Where can parents/guardians get more information? Parents/guardians should talk to their child’s health care provider or local health department. To learn more, go to: cdc.gov/vaccines/parents/diseases/

CS HCVG15-CHD-109 09/10/2018
The best way to protect against hepatitis A is by getting the hepatitis A vaccine. Doctors recommend that all children get the vaccine. Why should my child get the hepatitis A shot? The hepatitis A shot: • Protects your child against hepatitis A, a potentially serious disease. • Protects other people from the disease because children under 6 years old with hepatitis A usually don’t have symptoms, but they often pass the disease to others without anyone knowing they were infected. • Keeps your child from missing school or child care (and keeps you from missing work to care for your sick child). Is the hepatitis A shot safe? The hepatitis A vaccine is very safe, and it is effective at preventing the hepatitis A disease. Vaccines, like any medicine, can have side effects. These are usually mild and go away on their own. What are the side effects? The most common side effects are usually mild and last 1 or 2 days. They include the following: • Sore arm from the shot • Headache • Tiredness • Fever • Loss of appetite (not wanting to eat) What is hepatitis A?
Hepatitis A and the Vaccine (Shot) to Prevent It
Last updated August 2018
have symptoms, but they often pass the disease to others, including their unvaccinated parents or caregivers. These individuals can get very sick.
Hepatitis A is a serious liver disease caused by the hepatitis A virus. Children with the virus often don’t
What are the symptoms of hepatitis A? Children under 6 years old often have no symptoms. Older children and adults feel very sick and weak. Symptoms usually appear 2 to 6 weeks after a person gets the virus. The symptoms may include the following: • Fever • Loss of appetite (not wanting to eat) • Tiredness • Stomach pain • Vomiting • Dark urine • Yellow skin and eyes
Doctors recommend that your child get two doses of the hepatitis A shot for best protection. He or she should get the first dose at 12 through 23 months. He or she will need the second dose 6 months after the last dose.
Is it serious? Older children, adolescents and adults often feel sick and symptoms can last for up to 6 months. There is no specific treatment for hepatitis A. Some people with hepatitis A get so sick that they need care in the hospital. How does hepatitis A spread? Hepatitis A virus is found in the stool (poop) of a person who has the virus. It spreads when a person puts something in his or her mouth that has the hepatitis A virus on it. Even if the item looks clean, it can still have virus on it that can spread to others. The amount of stool can be so tiny that it cannot be seen with the naked eye. You can get it by touching objects such as doorknobs or diapers or eating food that has the virus on it.
Where can I learn more about the hepatitis A vaccine and my child? To learn more about the hepatitis A vaccine, talk to your child’s doctor, call 1-800-CDC-INFO or visit http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/parents.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, American Academy of Family Physicians, and the American Academy\