How Do You Write a Declaration?

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When writing a declaration the writer has to put the statement on their own point of view maintaining a chronological order of events in a neat black or dark blue ink. The writer also has use headings and stick to the main point while ensuring that it is as short as possible. Finally they should re-read it to be sure it is correct and complete.
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Declarations are used when filing or responding to motions in court and help the judge make a decision on the motion. To learn how to write a declaration, visit: http://www.lawhelp.org/documents/2643313917EN.pdf?stateabbrev=/WA/
A declaration should be as short as possible and should stick to the main points that you need to make. To write your declaration, begin with putting your most important points first and the less important ones later. Then start with a paragraph and make a separate heading for each issue so that the judge will be able to follow more clearly.
A declaration is a legal document that states what they are saying is sworn to be truthful. This is written by a person who has knowledge of some court case, and should be done under the supervision of a lawyer.
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