Category Archives: Divorce Forms

Understanding the Purpose of Financial Affidavits

At some point in most divorce actions, the spouses must file a financial affidavit. Financial affidavits give the court and the parties in the case a clear and accurate picture of the finances of the marriage. Comprehensive, accurate disclosure permits … Continue reading

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Financial Documents and Divorce

To file for divorce, a spouse does not need any financial documents, but at some point during a divorce, a couple must make a financial disclosure before the divorce can be finalized. This normally means a thorough description of income, … Continue reading

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Notarizing Divorce Documents

During the course of a divorce, both sides normally submit a number of affidavits concerning various facets of the action. Most of these are considered sworn statements, and most are made under the pain of perjury. The affidavits must be … Continue reading

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Why Have a Separation Agreement?

It is simple. A separation agreement puts everything you and your spouse have agreed to in writing. Verbal agreements do not hold up in court and are nothing for than “he said…she said”. A separation agreement makes sure you and … Continue reading

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Getting Your Spouse to Sign the Paperwork

Sure, your divorce is uncontested, because your spouse is not even going to participate at all. This may be your initial thoughts, but this will result in a default divorce, which will automatically require professional service of the paperwork (this … Continue reading

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