This document is filed by a party, stating the facts in a favorable light. The facts are in support of a Motion for Summary Judgment–meaning that it supports the allegations contained in your motion.
This is an attorney-drafted Affidavit that filed with a Motion for Summary Judgment filed on your behalf. Motion practice in Florida, specifically motions for summary judgments, are procedural, so it’s best to speak with an attorney or check your local rules for more information.
In layman’s terms: this document is filed by a party, stating the facts in a favorable light. The facts are in support of a Motion for Summary Judgment–meaning that it supports the allegations contained in your motion.
About the Template:
This is an attorney-prepared Affidavit that has been tested and refined throughout our years of practice. Although every State is different, this type of Affidavit is standard and filed to support your position in favor or in opposition to a Motion for Summary Judgment. The case style and heading may be a bit different; please modify as necessary.
Your purchase comes with a complementary workbook-style PDF with instructions and additional information regarding affidavits, AND a booklet containing all the counties in Florida with court information. A PDF with instructions on how to create a username with the Florida E-filing Portal is also included if you chose to file your affidavit electronically.
How to use it:
1. Download the Affidavit;
2. Replace the highlighted text with your information, and add in the facts to your case;
3. Review & make any additional changes;
4. Export as PDF;
5. Sign in the presence of a notary; and
6. File with the Court of your State.
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