Form UD-3 Affirmation of Service

When legal paperwork is served on the respondent, an official written form that confirms the process of service and informs about how the papers were delivered must be completed and filed with the court. In the state, this form is called an Affirmation of Service.

If your spouse fails to answer the petition and return the Affidavit of Defendant, the process server โ€“ an unrelated adult person who served the paperwork on them โ€“ must complete an Affidavit of Service to prove that the necessary paperwork has been delivered to the second party.

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Affirmation of Service (UD-3)

 Affirmation of Service is a sworn statement that contains the following details:

  • What papers were served;
  • Who delivered the papers;
  • Date, time, and place the papers were served;
  • The way of service;
  • The description of a person who was given the papers
  • When and how the papers were mailed (if applicable).

The server must sign the Affidavit before a notary public and return it to the plaintiff to submit it to the court with the rest of the documents.

To get your Affirmation of Service form completed online, you need to:

  1. Answer a few questions in a โ€œDo You Qualifyโ€ form so that we can make sure that your marriage dissolution is uncontested.
  2. Complete a quick questionnaire so that we can learn more about your case.
  3. Submit your answers and receive your divorce documents in just a few days!

To get the full set of papers required for your unique uncontested case, register on our platform and complete a comprehensive questionnaire with the details of your marriage and divorce. The system will select suitable forms and fill them out with the information you provided.