What is a certificate of affidavit and do I need one to file a Fictitious Business Name Filing?

A certificate of affidavit is a document that verifies the truthfulness of certain statements or facts. It is typically signed by a person who has knowledge of the facts stated in the affidavit and is authorized to administer oaths. The certificate affirms that the statements in the affidavit are made voluntarily and are true to the best of the affiant’s knowledge and belief. In legal contexts, affidavits are often used as evidence in court proceedings or as a means of providing sworn statements in various legal matters. The certificate of affidavit adds an additional layer of verification to the affidavit itself, attesting to the authenticity and truthfulness of the statements contained therein. Keep in mind that the county you file in may require a certificate or other important documentation from the Secretary of State that you may not be aware of. That is why it is important to check with the professionals at Professional Filing & Search Services, Inc. to ensure your DBA is filed correctly the first time; this will most certainly save you in costly delays. If you have any questions, please give me a call at 800-513-2272 and I’m happy to answer your questions.

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