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Affidavit Power

Trust Me Guy

What To Know Before Using

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Tell the Truth

That's what affidavits do.

They tell the truth.

Or do they?

Serious.

Signed under oath.

Must be sworn.

Risk jail time.

But not necessarily true.

They don't become FACT by being notarized!

A notary (or court clerk) can take the oath, sign the paper, and affix a very official-looking embossed seal.

But !

None of that makes an affidavit true.

The person signing and swearing may be lying!

You need to learn about them, BEFORE you use one.

This class explains affidavits.

Class Includes

Winning is Easy
Know the facts you must prove.
State the facts in your pleadings.
Prove the facts with discovery.
Move the court for judgment.
This Course Shows How

  • Sample Forms
  • Proper Uses for Affidavits
  • What Affidavits Can Say
  • What Affidavits Should Not Say
  • Proper Affidavit Format
  • Required Magic Language
  • The Jurat
  • Notary or Court Officer
  • Alternatives to Using Affidavits
  • Legal Effect of Affidavits
  • Conclusion
 

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