What Is a Notarized Affidavit for Marriages?

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A notarized affidavit of marriage is a legal document that has been signed by a notary public. This document contains your sworn statement that willingly you are married to the stated person in the document. It is signed by the two married people and a witness, who is in this case a certified notary public.
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