USLegal offers hundreds of affidavits for virtually any need.
Select your State to view popular affidavit forms or choose from one of the options above. Virtually all affidavits must be notarized.
- Bulk Sales Transfer Affidavit
- Affidavit - General
- Affidavit of Lost Promissory Note
- Affidavit of Forgery
- Affidavit of Domicile
- Contractor's Affidavit of Payment to Subs
- Contractor's Final Affidavit of Payment to Subcontractors
- General or Common Law Affidavit
- Amendment to Prior Affidavit
- Affidavit Regarding the Identity of a Grantor and Grantee of Real Property
- Affidavit as to Age of Child or Minor
- Affidavit Denying the Use of an Alias
- Affidavit of Financial Responsibility
- Affidavit Attesting to the Mailing of Papers or Documents
- Affidavit as to Time and Place of Taking Photograph
- Name Affidavit
- General Notice of the Filing of an Affidavit
- Affidavit Verifying a Claim
- Affidavit of Identity
- Affidavit as to Identity by a Third Party
- Affidavit as to Marital Status - Single
- Affidavit of Paternity by Mother of Child
- Affidavit by Adverse Possessor
- Affidavit in Establishing Adverse Possession Claim - Squatters Rights
- Affidavit for Issuance of New Stock Certificate with Supporting Facts
- Affidavit regarding Age of Minor or Child
- Affidavit of Indigency - In Forma Pauperis - Assets and Liabilities
- Affidavit of Character or Character Affidavit
- Affidavit in of Good Character in Connection with Petition for a Name Change
- Affidavit or Proof of No Income - Unemployed - Assets and Liabilities
- Affidavit of Paternity by Father of Child
- Affidavit of Husband Denying Paternity of the Child
- Affidavit of Sustained Absence
- Affidavit of Identity and Lack of Social Security Number
- Affidavit of Marriage Relationship By Third Party
- Affidavit as to Ownership of Certain Personal Property in a Country Other than the United States
- Gift Affidavit Form
- Affidavit Regarding Loss of Certificate of Title to Vehicle
- Affidavit of Loss of Written Instrument
- Lost Deed Affidavit
- Affidavit and Proof of Naturalized Citizenship to be used when Proving Naturalization
- Affidavit and Proof of Naturalized Citizenship - Naturalization Papers Lost or Destroyed
- Affidavit and Proof of Naturalized Citizenship Given to Prove Loss of Passport
- Affidavit as to Marital Status Taken in a Foreign Country - France
- Caregiver's Authorization Affidavit - Minor Children
- Affidavit of Wife Denying Husband is Father of a Child
- Affidavit and Proof of Permanent Resident or Residence Given to Prove Loss of Passport
- Affidavit and Proof of Applicant in Support of Asylum Application
- Affidavit and Proof of Friend and Business Associate in Support of Asylum Application
- Affidavit and Proof of Citizenship or Residence of United States in Support of Relatives Desiring to Emigrate
- Affidavit or Proof of Income and Property - Assets and Liabilities
- Affidavit of Heirship, Next of Kin or Descent - Decedent Died Intestate
- Affidavit of Title Made by Owner Selling Real Property
- Affidavit Regarding Consent to Cremation of Remains
- Claim of Homestead Rights in Form of Affidavit
- Waiver of Homestead Rights in Form of Affidavit
- Affidavit of Loss regarding Negotiable Instrument
- Affidavit In Lieu of Lost Passport
- Affidavit in Support of Motion to dismiss for Failure to follow Breathalyzer Protocols - DUI
- Affidavit of Residency
- Affidavit Alleging Contempt for Violation of Injunction and Request for Order
- Affidavit of Both Domestic Partners to Employer in Order to Receive Benefits
- Commercial Affidavit of Truth
- Affidavit of Mailing
- Affidavit of Death of Joint Tenant
- Contractor's Affidavit to Induce Lender to Release Funds - Final Payment
- Affidavit of Death of Joint Tenant by Surviving Joint Tenant
- Affidavit of U. S. Citizenship
- Affidavit as to Cremation of Remains
- Scrivener's Error Corrective Affidavit to Correct Clerical Error in Deed
- Affidavit of Financial Holdings or Net Worth - Assets and Liabilities
- Affidavit of Loss of Bill of Lading with Agreement to Hold Harmless
- Affidavit by Claimant of Lost Property
- Affidavit By Finder of Lost Property
- Short Sale or Arms Length Affidavit
- Affidavit for Lost, Stolen, or Destroyed Stock Certificate
- Affidavit of No Lien
- Affidavit - Lightning Losses by Repairman or Appraiser
- Affidavit of No Prior Relationship
- Survivorship Affidavit
- Affidavit regarding Account Access Signature Card
- Affidavit of No Coverage by Another Group Health Plan
- Common Law Spouse or Marriage Declaration or Affidavit
- Occupancy Affidavit and Financial Status
- Signature and Name Affidavit
- Aircraft Affidavit
- Affidavit As to Principal's Competence At Time of Granting Power of Attorney
- Affidavit for Transferring Property After Death in Joint Tenancy with Right of Survivorship by Surviving Tenant when one Tenant Is Deceased
- Affidavit of Age
- Affidavit of Marital Status of Married Person
- Affidavit of Marital Status of Single Person Listed on a Deed
- Affidavit of Company Name Change
- Affidavit of Attorney-in-Fact that Power of Attorney in Full Force
- Affidavit of Principal that Power of Attorney not Revoked and in Full Force
- Affidavit of Attorney-in-Fact that Power of Attorney in Full Force with Witnesses
- Affidavit of Custodian of Medical Records
Affidavits - How to Prove the Facts
Affidavits are a way to verify the facts or introduce testimony of an unavailable witness in a manner that will stand up in court. When you make an affidavit, the form for affidavit is made under oath and subject to the penalty of perjury. Therefore, it is accepted as proof of the statements contained in the sworn affidavit form.
What is an affidavit?
An affidavit is a sworn statement or statements made under oath and under penalty of perjury. The person making the statements in the form is called the affiant. When you sign an affidavits form, you affirm that the statement are made with personal knowledge or according to information and belief. Affidavit forms are signed before a notary, who asks the affiant to affirm that any statement made is true to the best of the affiant's knowledge.
What is an affidavit used for?
There are various types of forms of affidavit and the affidavit format will depend on the reason one needs to make it. Some of the most popular affidavit templates for forms offered by US Legal Forms include:
- General affidavit - This generic form can be used in most situations requiring a statement made under oath.
- Affidavit of service - This form is used to prove that a legal document was properly delivered.
- Affidavit of support - This affidavit sample is used immigration matters to prove a visa applicant won't need government financial assistance.
- Small estate affidavit - Also referred to as an affidavit of heirship, this is used to avoid formal probate and distribute assets of a deceased with an estate under certain dollar amounts. The requirements and dollar amounts vary by state. US Legal Forms has professionally drafted small estate affidavits specific to each state.
- Financial affidavit - A financial affidavit form is often required in divorce, separation, and custody matters to determine alimony and support orders. A financial affidavit form may also be required to prove indigency in order to have legal filing and service fees waived.
- Affidavit of residency - A residence affidavit is used most commonly to prove eligibility to attend a local school. By completing the form, residence is established to qualify for free admission to a school in the area of residency.
- Affidavit of marriage - This sample affidavit format is used in immigration matters to establish the legitimate marriage of a green card applicant.
US Legal Forms has all the forms you may require for all your legal needs. If you need a sworn affidavit form, whether it is a financial, small estate, general, or other affidavit, US Legal Forms has the professionally drafted form to meet your needs. A free sample affidavit form may be previewed before downloading. If you need to make an affidavit to affirm facts in any situation, US Legal Forms has the affidavit forms to legally establish your facts. Preview our sample affidavit forms, order, and download for immediate use.
What is an affidavit needed for?
Affidavits are used to prove facts, for a variety of legal reasons. For example, US Legal Forms offers, among many others, the following:
- A small estate affidavit, used to distribute a deceased's estate; also called an heirship affidavit or affidavit of heirship.
- A residency affidavit to prove residence. An affidavit of residency is often required in school and tax matters. For example, a residence may be needed to grant a homestead exemption.
- An affidavit of service to prove delivery of legal documents.
- A financial affidavit to establish levels of income and assets for purposes of child support and alimony in divorce, separation, and custody matters.
- An affidavit of marriage is used in immigration to prove to officials granting a visa that it's not a sham marriage
US Legal forms offers many professionally drafted affidavit forms on various topics, as well as a general affidavit format that can cover any imaginable circumstance.
Can I see a sample affidavit before downloading affidavits form files?
Yes, US Legal Forms has free sample affidavit form previews available, so you can be sure you get the right sample affidavit form to meet your needs. US Legal Forms offers a satisfaction guarantee to help you get the right template for affidavit tailored to your situation. Therefore, you can be confident when you make an affidavit that you are using the professional documents you need.
What does sworn affidavit mean?
A sworn affidavit is one that's made under oath in front of a notary. The statements are made by the person called the affiant. The statements made are sworn to be true according to personal knowledge or upon information and belief of the affiant. The notary will administer an oath to the affiant at the time to sign the document, by which the affiant will affirm the facts contained therein are true. The penalty of perjury applies to knowingly false statements made in forms of affidavit. A sworn affidavit form establishes the proof of the facts in a way that can be introduced in court.
Can the sample affidavit format be changed?
You may modify the affidavit sample after downloading. The form for affidavit is available in Word format, so it may be modified in Word to suit your needs. US Legal Forms offers a sample of affidavits to meet every need, whether you need a financial affidavit form, residence affidavit, affidavit of support, small estate affidavits, or other. Our professionally drafted legal forms can be further customized as you wish.
What is a affidavit?
An affidavit is a document made under oath that can be used as evidence in court of the facts of the statements it contains. The person to make an affidavit is called the affiant. The affiant must sign a sworn affidavit form in front of a notary, under penalty of perjury, in order to affirm the statements made are based on personal knowledge or upon information and belief.