The sample affidavit allows the affiant ‘signer’ to take an oath for the written statement. The signer of the sample affidavit swears that the written statement in the affidavit is factual and true.
The signer of an affidavit is sometimes referred to as “deponent” or as an “Affiant”. The affiant verifies the facts, certify the eligibility of content, swear on a statement, or present the legit and true information to the court on the legal paper called an affidavit.
Sample Affidavit Types
Following are the sample affidavit forms and templates used for various purposes:
- Affidavit of Loss: The affidavit of loss allows you to legally report the loss of a document such as a license, passport, ID, or others.
- Affidavit of Small Estate: allows you to handle the ‘small estate matters’ of a deceased individual who died without writing a will.
- Affidavit of Death: allows you to establish that a certain individual is dead, in case, you haven’t obtained a death certificate yet.
- Affidavit of Residence: allows you to verify your residential address to establish that you live at a particular place or address.
- Affidavit of Heirship: allows you to distribute the assets of a deceased individual among the right heirs.
- Affidavit of Name Change: allows you to change your name legally particularly in case of a marriage or divorce.
- Affidavit of Support: allows you to prove that a financially strong person will support you so that you don’t become a burden on the government, for instance, for the purpose of immigration.
- Financial Affidavit: allows the court to decide child support, distribution of property or any other assets in case of a divorce.
- Divorce Affidavit: An affidavit of divorce is filed if an affiant wishes to call off their marriage legally.
- Affidavit of Service: allows you to verify that you’ve delivered the specified paperwork to another individual.
- Affidavit of Identity Theft: allows you to swear regarding the unauthentic utilization of your personal information.
- Affidavit of Marriage: allows you to verify your marital status for the purpose of health insurance, visa, passport, etc.