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Things you need to know about Affidavit of No Consent of Spouse for Transfer of Property.

1. What is an Affidavit of No Consent of Spouse for Transfer of Property?

An Affidavit of No Consent of Spouse is a written statement under oath by a person that he/she cannot get the consent of his/her spouse for the transfer of property. Normally, in transactions involving the transfer of property owned by a married person, the consent of the other spouse is required. In exceptional cases where the consent cannot be otained, the Affidavit is needed to explain why the person cannot obtain the consent of his/her spouse.

2. What information do you need to create the Affidavit of No Consent of Spouse?

To create your Affidavit of No Consent of Spouse, you’ll need the following minimum information:

  1. The name and details (i.e. nationality and address) of the affiant;
  2. The name and details (i.e. nationality) of the affiant’s spouse;
  3. The reason why the affiant is unable to get the spouse’s consent;
  4. A brief description of the property to be transferred; and
  5. The person to whom the property will be transferred to.

3. How much is the document?

The document costs PHP 350 for a one-time purchase. Once purchased, you have unlimited use and revisions of this type of document.

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