WHAT IS THE DEFINITION OF AFFIDAVIT?
Cambridge Business English Dictionary defines Affidavit as “a written statement made by someone who has sworn to tell the truth, which might be used in a court of law”.
WHAT IS THE LEGAL DEFINITION OF AFFIDAVIT?
An Affidavit is a sworn declaration of written facts. It is an oath which content is the truth.
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF AFFIDAVIT?
An affidavit is used to prove the truthfulness of a certain statement.
WHEN AN AFFIDAVIT IS NEEDED?
Affidavits are required for several reasons.
Generally speaking, Affidavits are used in:
- Family law disputes
- Wills and inheritances
- Court cases
- Administrative matters
WHO WRITES AN AFFIDAVIT?
Affidavits are written by a solicitor who will sign and seal the document.
REUTERS SOLICITORS provides Affidavits in Spanish and English.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO WRITE AN AFFIDAVIT?
Our film, REUTERS SOLICITORS, will provide the Affidavit document in 24 hours (working days) after receiving the requested documentation.
HOW WE PROVIDE THE AFFIDAVIT?
The client will receive the Affidavit by email and the original document by post.
SPANISH AFFIDAVIT FORM
You can download our Spanish Affidavit Form.
We will proceed with your Affidavit document as soon as we receive the filled form.
REUTERS SOLICITORS provides a fix quotation for Affidavit.
Do not hesitate to contact us for more information about Affidavit in Spain.