Unsworn Declarations under Penalty of Perjury

Where rules require a verification, a party may instead sign a document that the information in the document is true and correct and that the signature is made under the penalty of perjury. This exception to a notarized verification does not apply to an Acceptance of Service, an Affidavit submitted in support of an Application for Default, a Consent Decree, or a post-decree Rule 69 Agreement that changed legal decision-making or parenting time. See ARFLP Rule 14. 

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