How to Write an Affidavit for Child Custody?

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Affidavits of preference for child custodies are sworn statement of facts about your relationship with a child and show your ability to seek advice and help to protect your child and they can be obtained through courts. To write an affidavit you should have all the facts as affidavits do not deal with feelings or impressions but facts and indicate this in the form that the person making allegations is swearing that all allegations are true.
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