What is an Affidavit

An affidavit is simply a statement you make concerning a specific event, or issue, where you state the facts, what you saw, heard, experienced, dates, times, witnesses, etc. This is then taken to a Notary, witnessed by them and signed by you at this time. This type of document carries a lot of weight in a court of law, and if not refuted, is even MORE powerful. If there was more than you involved with this, have the other witnesses fill out their own affidavit as well. Credibility is maintained when this is done and witnessed.