Affidavits

Affidavits are fairly simple, straightforward documents, but nevertheless ones that demand a skilled legal professional’s touch to be effective.

In a court of law, an affidavit serves as a party’s request amid a case or dispute for the court to take a specific action on the party’s behalf.

Typically citing existing rules or precedents governing the proceedings, a lawyer typically begins the affidavit process by interviewing a deponent with compelling, meaningful accounts of events to which the affidavit relates, including any vital paper or electronic documentation, including but not limited to:

  • Contracts
  • Receipts
  • Written correspondence
  • E-mails
  • Invoices

Typically, affidavits will be limited in scope to the deponent’s factual statements from personal knowledge and potentially other testimony that could be provided under oath.

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