When is this form used?

This form is used by a person eFiling an application for divorce only. It is automatically generated during the eFiling process, but sometimes may be required to be filed again.

The person or persons who sign the form must have their signature witnessed by an authorised person such as a lawyer or a Justice of the Peace (if you are overseas a Notary Public or Australian Diplomatic/Consulate Officer can witness the signature). Justices of the Peace can be found at most libraries, chemist shops, local council offices or your local member of parliament. 

The following details must be included:

  • The full name of the person making the affidavit and their signature.
  • Whether the affidavit is sworn or affirmed.
  • The place and date the person signs the affidavit.
  • The full name of the authorised person.
  • The authorised person must tick the relevant box to show their capacity as the witness e.g. Lawyer, Justice of the Peace (must include JP number) or Other (must specify their capacity to witness the affidavit). 

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