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 Who can witness an affidavit?

Answer In the United States, a notary public or other official authorized to administer oaths must witness an affidavit. An affidavit must be signed by the witness who is making the oath (known as the mak... Read More »
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How can an affidavit be amended such as an affidavit of paternity.?

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)
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What does SS mean in an affidavit?

An affidavit is a written declaration made under oath or written statement sworn to be true before someone legally authorized to administer an oath. "SS" stands for the Latin word "scilicet." It me... Read More »
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How to Take an Affidavit?

An affidavit is a document presented as evidence in a court case. It is a sworn statement of facts that must be made in front of a court clerk or attorney in the case. To file an affidavit that you... Read More »
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How to Get a Next-of-Kin Affidavit?

You can use a next-of-kin affidavit to avoid formal administration proceedings in probate court for a deceased person with a small estate. Filing the affidavit allows you to transfer ownership of o... Read More »
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