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This free affidavit forms package includes simple to use fill in the blank affidavit templates. An affidavit is a formal sworn statement of fact, signed by the declarant (who is called the affiant or deponent) and witnessed (as to the veracity of the affiant's signature) by a taker of oaths, such as a notary public. The name is Medieval Latin for he has declared upon oath.
An affidavit is a formal sworn statement of fact, signed by the declarant (who is called the affiant or deponent) and witnessed (as to the veracity of the affiant's signature) by a taker of oaths, such as a notary public. The name is Medieval Latin for he has declared upon oath.
Uses of affidavits include:
To allow evidence to be gathered from witnesses or participants who may not be available to testify in person before the court, or who may otherwise fear for their safety if their true identities are revealed in court.
To obtain a declaration on a legal document, such as an application for voter registration, that the information provided by the applicant is truthful to the best of the applicant's knowledge. If, after signing such a declaration, the information is found to be deliberately untrue with the intent to deceive, the applicant may face perjury charges.
- General Affidavit
- An affidavit is a formal sworn statement of fact, signed by a declarant (who in legal terms is called the "affiant" or "deponent"). An Affidavit must be signed and witnessed (as to the truth of the declarant's signature and identity) by a notary public.
- Affidavit of Birth Certificate
- This Affidavit of Birth can be used to verify under oath the facts surrounding an individual's birth.
- Affidavit of Consent
- An Affidavit of Consent is a sworn statement filed by a party to a divorce suit expressing his or her willingness to dissolve the marriage without filing an objection.
- Affidavit of Correction
- An Affidavit of Correction provides notice of an error in a prior document and offers the correct information.
Affidavit of Financial Support
- An Affidavit of Financial Support is a sworn statement by an individual about their income, expenses, assets, and liabilities. Financial Affidavits serve a wide variety of purposes and are commonly used in divorce cases.
Affidavit of Identity
- An Affidavit of Identity can be used to authenticate an individual's identity and verify his or her signature.
Affidavit of Name Change
- The Affidavit of Name Change can be used to verify the identity of a person who has assumed a new name or uses multiple names. The person making this affidavit (preferably a blood relative) must have personal knowledge of the applicant's use of both name.
Affidavit of Non Military Service
- A Waiver of Service is a document that allows a party to waive the requirement of formal service in a lawsuit or legal action.
- Affidavit of Non Military Service
- Affidavit of One and the Same
You have changed your name in the past and now a party you are dealing with wants assurances that the name change is proper and there is no chance of impropriety.
Affidavit of Same Name
- Affidavit of Character
- The Affidavit of Character form allows you to make a declaration regarding the good and moral character of a person you know well. The person making the Affidavit (the "Affiant") essentially acts as a reference for another person's personality and character. An Affidavit of Character may be needed during a child custody or other court case, or for a new business or educational opportunity, suc as a government job or a new lawyer's entry to the state bar association. You've been asked to provide a declaration or statement about another person's character under oath as part of a contract or legal process
- Affidavit of Correction
- Affidavit of Death
- This Affidavit of Death is prepared on the death of a person by a successor (surviving relative or heir) to notify a business, court or agency of the deceased person's death and the successor's interest in the estate.
- Affidavit of Domicile
- The personal representative, executor or administrator of a deceased individual's estate should create an Affidavit of Domicile when trying to transfer or cash in stocks or other investment assets of the deceased individual. This Affidavit confirms the state the deceased person resided in at their time of death. Investment firms require this information prior to releasing assets in order to ensure all of the deceased individual's debts have been paid in their home state prior to releasing any funds or transferring any assets.
- Affidavit of Eligibility
- This Affidavit of Eligibility certifies the eligibility of an individual who has won a contest or sweepstakes.
- Affidavit of Heirship
- The Affidavit lists the real and personal property owned by a Decedent (deceased person) who did not leave a Will or clear instruction on how to divide the property. This Affidavit is signed by an individual who can name the surviving heirs at the time of the decedent's death.
- Affidavit of Marriage
- The Affidavit is a sworn statement made by person signing the document (the Affiant) that they were married to another individual on a specific date.
- Affidavit of Ownership
- An Affidavit of Ownership provides proof of ownership of piece of property and explains how the property was acquired.
- Affidavit of Residence
- The Affidavit of Residence can be used to verify the residence of a living or deceased individual.
- Affidavit of Service
- This document is a formal sworn statement that the affiant (the person making the statement) has either personally served or mailed specific documents to another individual.
- Affidavit of Support
- The Affidavit of Support is completed by a US citizen for a foreign national upon the foreign national's entry into the country to show that the intending immigrant will have adequate means of support, when planning to immigrate to the U.S.
- Affidavit of Survivorship
- The Affidavit of Survivorship is used to transfer ownership of real property when the property is owned in joint tenancy with right of survivorship and one of the property owners is now deceased.
- Affidavit of Title
- This document can be used to declare who is the owner of certain real property.
- Affidavit of Small Estate
- An Affidavit of Small Estate is used to simplify the probate process by transferring a deceased person's estate to their heirs or beneficiaries. However, in order to use an Affidavit of Small Estate, the estate must be considered "small". The rules and requirements of a small estate vary by state, but generally range from as little as $5,000 to as much as $150,000 in assets. The Affidavit of Small Estate is therefore used to inform a probate court that a particular estate meets
the requirements of the state's small estate laws.
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