Support your California court case -- get a legally valid signed declaration
In some court matters, it may be necessary to file a declaration -- a signed statement from a declarant, who swears under oath that the information provided is true and accurate. If you live in the Golden State, Nolo's simple California General Declaration will help you collect this information and make sure that it's valid under California law.
When might you need to use a general declaration? Here are a few instances:
a parent's motion to modify child support and alimony (spousal support) order
a tenant's motion to stay an order of eviction
a domestic violence victim's motion for a temporary restraining order
a lender's requirement when considering an application for credit
certain types of sale transactions, such as a transfer of property
Nolo's legal forms are reliable and fully up-to-date -- plus, they include instructions written in plain English to help you through the process of preparing your document.