What is an Affidavit of Fact?
The affidavit of fact is a legal document that allows you to swear to facts (testimony) to a specific fact. Affidavits of fact are used in a court of law in cases such as those concerning citizenship, birth, witness testimony, release of liabilities and proof of service. They are legal and binding, and are usually validated by a Notary Public (an Officer of the Court) seal and signature. Once notarized, the affidavit of fact is your sworn statement.