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Affidavit: The Complete Guide

This guide explains all the various facets of affidavit. The contents of the guide are - Affidavits Definition Functions of Affidavit When Should You Use an Affidavit?  When Should You Not Use an Affidavit?   Types of Affidavits.  Do I need a lawyer for drafting an affidavit?   How much does it Cost to Prepare an affidavit?   How to Write an Affidavit?   Common Mistake(s) While Writing an Affidavit   List of documents required for filing an affidavit.   What is an Affidavit? Affidavits may be defined as a written, sworn statement of fact voluntarily made by an person under an oath or affirmation administered by a person authorized to do so by law. The person who makes the affidavit is known as the  affiant or deponent and the person who administers it is usually a notary . Affidavits are often used in court proceedings. The person making the affidavit provides the Court with a written statement of details that he wishes to submit regarding the case at hand.  The person submitting the

7 Key Ways How Law Firms are Marketing Themselves: Disclosed!

Marketing your law firm is no easy task. While a huge percentage of individuals and businesses search for lawyers and law firms online, most law firms are not prepared when it comes to taking their business digital. Of course, juggling a law firm management, handing your legal practice is never an easy task. Adding to that, digital marketing often takes a long time to present visible ROI (unless it's via PPC ads ). As such, most lawyers are confused as to how they should begin or go ahead with marketing their law firm. And the best way to learn that would be from other lawyers and law firms themselves.  This learning shouldn't be limited to just the successes by law firms, but should cover the challenges faced by law firms, the marketing plans made by lawyers, how lawyers are approaching their marketing needs - whether they are doing it in-house or outsourcing their marketing needs, and of course, the success and failures faced by the law firms and legal practitioners. To get

How to Incorporate Your Startup into an LLC (in 9 Steps!): in the US

 Going after a business idea is no easy task. You have to fight the competition, grab hold of market position and solidify your startup as a powerful player in the market.   However, one mistake most entrepreneurs often make is that they go after all this, without incorporating their startup.   In the high-stakes US business environment, no competitor is willing to grant you any place. And, for that reason they are ready to sue you for the slightest legal grey area that you may tread on, a common instance being trademark infringement .   For such reasons, having an incorporated business means that your personal property escapes all and any form of liability in civil suits.   There are several legal business structures that you can go for. But, LLC is a preferred choice due to the ease of formation as well as the tax benefits that it offers to its members. Before we begin: While this post offers you all you need to know for registering an LLC, if you need state-specific help or