A sworn affidavit should include the title of the court proceeding, the name of the parties and their relationships with the parties in the proceedings, explains The Law Dictionary. A sentence affirming the information, ... More »

An affidavit, or a sworn statement, should begin with a case style, followed by a commencement, claims, a statement of trust and a notary seal. The format of an affidavit is important, as it is admissible as evidence in ... More »

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A legal motion must include a first page called a Notice of Motion, an affidavit of support and any other material that may help the court make a decision about the motion, states NYCourts.gov. The Notice of Motion infor... More »

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To write a sworn statement, also known as an affidavit, start with the title and a paragraph giving the names of the parties, their relationships and other personal information. Write a sentence affirming the information... More »

A sample affidavit legal form should have a title, then a paragraph about the individual making the statements outlined in the affidavit, followed by an assertive sentence in the first person, The Law Dictionary says. Th... More »

An affidavit is written by starting with a title, then a paragraph about the person making the statements, followed by an assertive sentence in first person, says The Law Dictionary. The body of the affidavit consists of... More »

The information on a blank affidavit should include an area for the name and address of the person making the statement, called the affiant, the Law Dictionary notes. There should be room for the affiant to insert certai... More »

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