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When to use a general affidavit

  • Checkmark You need to establish the legal heirs of a person who dies without a will
  • Checkmark You need to verify the existence or validity of your marriage
  • Checkmark You need proof of your identity
  • Checkmark You need to transfer ownership of property from the name of a deceased person to a new owner

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Complete your general affidavit in 3 steps

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Collect Information

Gather all the relevant information to complete your document. This may include the name and address of the deceased party, a list of any assets being transferred by the affidavit, and the city and state where the assets are located.

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Answer Key Questions

Use the information you collected to complete the affidavit of domicile. We make this easy by guiding you at each step of the way and helping you to customize your document to match your specific needs.

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Review, Sign, and Notarize

It is always important to read your document thoroughly to ensure it matches your needs and is free of errors and omissions. You must sign the affidavit in front of a notary public. When using a notary, always be sure to wait to sign the document until he or she is present.

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