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2108 Miller Lane Johnson City, TN 37604

I needed a Durable power of attorney notarized and I needed two witnesses. As a notary myself, it was frustrating not being able to do it myself because notaries cannot notarize documents that involve themselves. So I called on Kelly to help. She not only notarized my documents, she brought two witnesses. Kelly is a wonderful, professional notary. If the need ever presents itself again, I will call on her. Thanks Kelly !!!

Adam Wellington on 13/11/2017 09:25:02 PM

Very friendly, helpful and prompt. She was a life saver. Thank you!

Brandan Fisher on 17/09/2017 03:21:31 PM

Kelly Flores provided an excellent service for us. She paid attention to every detail in English and in Spanish on the very specific Limited POA that we needed.
She also went the extra mile to accommodate our short notice for changes and corrections as were deemed necessary by the overseas authorities.
We will definitely recommend Ms. Flores and use her services again should the need arise.

Julia Rusinol on 11/06/2015 01:29:36 PM


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