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Statement of Facts

Statement of Facts

What facts are you stating to be true?


e.g. I, Robin Kim Brown, am creating this Affidavit as a witness to the pertaining dispute and to confirm I started working at ABC Company on April 19, 2021 with the Plaintiff.

How should I write my statement of facts?

Provide a brief background about yourself and the reasons you are making the statement. Remember to:

        •  Write facts, not opinions.

        •  Write one fact per paragraph.

        •  List facts chronologically.

        •  Write facts as "I" statements.

Frequently Asked Questions
Can I include other documents with my Affidavit?When you want to refer to an additional document in your statement you can:

  • Refer to the document in the fact paragraph where it is applicable and assign it an exhibit number. The first additional document mentioned in the Affidavit would be labeled as "Exhibit A”; the next as “Exhibit B”; and so on. (e.g. “The partners of ABC Ltd. entered into a partnership agreement on May 23, 2020. The partnership agreement is attached and marked as “Exhibit A”.); and

  • Label the document with the assigned exhibit number (e.g. "Exhibit A") and staple it to your printed Affidavit.

Your Affidavit

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Affidavit Page of
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(Court Level and Jurisdiction)


(Case I.D. Number)









I, ____________________, of ____________________, in ____________________ County, Virginia, MAKE OATH AND SAY THAT:

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Last updated February 16, 2024

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