What is a divorce affidavit?
A divorce affidavit is a legal document filed by a party wishing to dissolve a marriage. The initial legal document that initiates divorce proceedings may be called a divorce affidavit or a petition to start divorce proceedings.
For an affidavit for a divorce in India consult a legal consultant. ANS#2: Affidavit is a part of the Plaint. Whoever drafts your plaint will writ the affidavit for you. Read More
You can instruct a lawyer through an affidavit and email in that country to serve papers on your behalf You can instruct a lawyer through an affidavit and email in that country to serve papers on your behalf Read More
Divorced 1973 papers lost now need affidavit that I am single what I tell to the notary who makes the affidavit thank you?
Divorce decree's are publc records.. Pay the fees to obtain a copy of the divorce decree from the Local County Recorder's office where finaled. It'll cost about the same as paying a Notary Public. Read More
If your would-be ex and you have reconciled but the divorce papers are filed but not final how do you stop the proceedings and not get the divorce?
File an affidavit of non-suit with the court, at least in Texas that's all you have to do. Read More
According to his 2009 divorce papers his net worth is $43M, he gets several hundred thousand in income from various sources. You can find the divorce affidavit at TMZ.com Read More
When you file your Petition for Divorce, you need to also file an Affidavit swearing you've tried to find your spouse but have been unable to, and don't know where he/she is. Pay the extra fee to the clerk to have the spouse served by publication. Read More
An affidavit that states the heirs of a decedent. An Affidavit of Heirship is used instead of probate when a person dies without a will. http://www.heirship.com/2009/11/affidavit-of-heirship.html Read More
If you know his/her address, you should get an Order for Special Process Server appointing someone in Egypt (can be ANYONE over 18 that is not related to the parties) to serve the divorce papers on the respondent. The process server will have to mail the documents and type out an affidavit of service stating that he served the respondent. Read More
Do you mean an affidavit? It is a statement of something that you sign as to its truth. Read More
An Affidavit is a sworn statement alleging that the facts contained within the body of the affidavit are true and correct upon penalty of perjury. The Affirmer then must raise his hand and swear to the truthfulness of the affidavit before a judge. Read More
Some antonyms of the word affidavit is denial, veto, and negation. Read More
The lawyer produced a sworn affidavit in court today. Read More
You can read a discussion about an Affidavit of Abandonment at the link below. Read More
A person can write an affidavit, but it must be witnessed and signed by someone of legal age (usually over 18). In most states, the affidavit must be legally notarized. Read More
Anyone over 18, anyone is not identified in the Affidavit, anyone not a party to the Affidavit issue, and obviously not yourself. It's wisest to have an Affidavit witnessed by a Public Notary that can usually be located at your local bank, court, city hall, attorney or AAA. Read More
They are two different instruments. A name affidavit involves identifying as the same person as being one person with two different names. A scrivener's affidavit involves correcting a minor error in a legal document. Read More
You can only "amend" a paternity affidavit if you have a paternity test done to prove or disprove paternity... In many cases this is something that the state will do (ie of child support orders) Read More
It can be. It depends on the agency and the subject of the affidavit that was perjured. Read More
An affidavit is a formal written statement that is signed by the author under oath or affirmation before an authorized official. According to the wife's affidavit, the balloon story was a hoax and publicity stunt. He was required to sign an affidavit detailing the work he did for the loan company. Read More
A written statement confirmed by oath or affirmation, for use as evidence in court is an affidavit. Read More
An Affidavit requires an oath or affirmation that the statements of a document are true to the person who is signing. Read More
Your honor, this witness is contradicting his own sworn affidavit that was submitted to the grand jury! Read More
See the link provided below for an example of a simple Name Affidavit. Read More
An affidavit stating that the person was properly served with coNfirmation of ID. Read More
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An affidavit is a sworn statement of fact, signed, witnessed and notarized. It also contains a verification that the information is true. The effects of the affidavit depend on the purposes for which it was executed and the jurisdiction. An affidavit can be used to provide information from family members to cure title defects resulting from missing probates. An affidavit is sometimes allowed in a court proceeding for witnesses who are not available for testimony… Read More
You have to go back to court or file an affidavit, depending on the laws in your area. It won't automatically stop. If the child is still in school, then it may not end until later--depends on your divorce decree. Read More
I am a US citizen I marred a brazilian women in brazil 3 yrs ago but have lived in the US most of the time. Can I get a divorce in the US or do I have to back to brazil to get the divorce. No Kids?
You can file for divorce in US if you meet the 'time as a resident' requirements imposed by your state laws. You can check the requirements online using a Google search to locate your state's divorce laws or by contacting a local divorce attorney's office and asking about this requirement. This applies to both US citizens and Resident Aliens. The divorce may or may not be recognized by other countries depending on their laws, but… Read More
You need to go to a notary to witness the signature on the affidavit. You can usually find a notary at any currency exchange. Read More
An affidavit of sale or bill of sale is a document that records a transaction. All parties involved in the transaction must sign this document. Read More
An Affidavit of Adverse Possession is a legal document that is filed when a person finds an abandoned property (house) and wants to move into it. Read More
A military affidavit is a document issued by the courts of some states. It protects those on active military duty from civil process Read More
A scrivener's affidavit is a statement executed by a person who made a minor error in a legal document such as a deed, mortgage, agreement or survey. They are most often executed by attorneys and surveyors. The affidavit clearly sets forth the error and the correction. A scrivener's affidavit cannot be used to make any substantial changes to names of grantors and grantees or property descriptions. Read More
If you do not have a title to a car due to losing it, you can fill out an affidavit. By filling one out, you are truthfully saying the car belongs to you and you can then get a title. Read More
An affidavit is merely a legal recording of your statement either in writing or recorded of your side of what happened in the incident that occurred. The adjuster will get a statement of affidavit from both sides and along with the police report, they can make a determination of who was at fault in the accident or incident. Read More
AN affidavit is a signed document submitted through an officer where a person makes a sworn document regarding his or her personal information. in this case of politics the candidate has to file an affidavit giving details of his property and criminal cases pending against him Read More
It all depends on what the affidavit is for as to how it is worded, but IT MUST ALWAYS BE WORDED TRUTHFULLY! The word AFFIdavit itself is a clear indication that the preparer AFFIRMS that what they state in the doucment is the truth. Affidavits are usually documents on which the preparer is required to swear an oath to the truthfulness of. Read More
Is it common practice for an attorney to file an affidavit without going over it with the plaintiff?
It is never 'common practice' for any attorney not to keep their client informed. Failure to do so could lead to disciplinary action by the Bar depending on the particular circumstances. An affidavit is signed by the individual having personal knowledge of the facts contained in the affidavit. The person signing the affidavit can be called as a witness. I do not think your attorney wants to be called as a witness at the trial… Read More
Well first off, An Affidavit is a sworn statement by you or another competent witness regarding a case or account of the Case in question; A judge CANNOT Deny an Affidavit it goes against his oath of office but he can deny a Motion. Hope this helps Read More
The scrivener must file the scrivener's affidavit. If that scrivener is not available you can check your state laws to see if there is another type of affidavit that could be used to explain the problem. You can add more details on the discussion page. Read More