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Declaration of Disclosure

 

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Preliminary Declaration of Disclosure:  In a contested divorce, you have to complete your “Declaration of Disclosure” documents.  As explained in the “Declaration of Disclosure” section of this website, your Preliminary Declaration of Disclosure documents consist of the following 4 court forms:

  1. Declaration of Disclosure (FL-140);
  2. Schedule of Assets and Debts (FL-142);
  3. Income and Expense Declaration (FL-150); and
  4. Declaration Regarding Service of Declaration of Disclosure And Income And Expense Declaration (FL-141).

You should review the Declaration of Disclosure section of this website that explains about the Preliminary Declaration of Disclosure forms.  All of the forms for your Preliminary Declaration of Disclosure can be obtained by clicking the “Court Forms” button on the navigation bar that will take you to our Court Forms Database so you can fill out the forms and print them.

Your Preliminary Declaration of Disclosure documents must be completed and served on your spouse within 60 days of the date you filed your Petition (FL-100) with the court.  Although you have 60 days, it is generally best to complete your disclosure documents as soon as you can and then serve your spouse with your disclosure documents.  Many people complete their Preliminary Declaration of Disclosure documents at the very beginning of the divorce and serve the documents on their spouse at the same time they serve their spouse with the Summons and Petition.

Your spouse is required to complete their own Preliminary Declaration of Disclosure documents and serve you with copies.  Your spouse’s Preliminary Declaration of Disclosure documents are due within 60 days of the date they filed their Response (FL-120) with the court.  This time deadline is printed right on the Declaration of Disclosure court form (FL-140).

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