Wills & Power of Attorney | Family Law | Real Estate | Business Resources |                           Contact

 Popular Forms

Bill of Sale

Last Will & Testament

Living Will

Power of Attorney

Promissory Note

Landlord Forms

Prenuptial Agreement


  More Legal Forms

Buying and Selling

Borrowing and Lending

Wills & Estate Planning

Family and Marriage

Leases & Real Estate

Business Agreements


Legal Rights





New Mexico Affidavit Form

The New Mexico affidavit of support form is a formal sworn statement of fact, signed by the declarant and witnessed by a taker of oaths, such as a notary public.

The New Mexico affidavit form allows evidence to be gathered from witnesses or participants that may not be available to testify in person before the court.

Regular Price:

Discount Price: $19.

You Save:
$10.00 (33%)

Buy and Download Now

View Sample Form

  Three Easy Steps

 Buy  Download  Save/Print


Saves You Time & Money Easy to Use Protects Your Rights


Affidavit form for the state of New Mexico - NM. Select this form for another state: AL , AK , AZ , AR , CA , CO , CT , DE , DC , FL , GA , HI , ID , IL , IN , IA , KS , KY , LA , ME , MD , MA , MI , MN , MS , MO , MT , NE , NV , NH , NJ , NM , NY , NC , ND , OH , OK , OR , PA , RI , SC , SD , TN , TX , UT , VT , VA , WA , WV , WI , WY

Customers who viewed this form also viewed

Release Agreement
Confidentiality Agreement
Indemnity Agreement

How to write a legal affidavit sample letter for New Mexico can be tedious.  These general affidavit forms for New Mexico are professionally drafted and the blank templates are intended to be user friendly.  Uses can be personal or commercial in nature. Examples include financial affidavit, small estate affidavit, contractor affidavit, affidavit of domicile, affidavit of heirship, affidavit of loss, affidavit of service, affidavit of forgery, affidavit of fraud and affidavit of marriage. 


| Home | About Us  | Contact | Affiliates |

FormsGateway.com.  All rights reserved. Disclaimer: The information  in this site is not legal advice. Terms of use.