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Financial affidavit tips: Long-form and short-form


When you file for divorce in the state of Florida, you are required to provide the court with an accurate representation of your current monetary worth. Though certain aspects of this disclosure - such as whether you must present tax returns, pay stubs and bank statements as proof - can be waived if both parties agree. However, the law stipulates that each individual must complete and submit a financial affidavit to be reviewed by your Miami divorce... Continue Reading...

Financial affidavit tips: Contingent assets and liabilities


In order to file for divorce in the state of Florida, both spouses involved must complete a financial affidavit and submit it to the court. This document, which will also be reviewed by each party's Miami divorce attorney, provides a general idea of an individual's financial standing. This will be used to help determine several aspects of the final settlement including property division and child support payments. Due to the importance and complexity of this paperwork, we've... Continue Reading...

Financial affidavit tips: Deductions


Over the last couple of weeks, we have been providing an overview of financial affidavits - the document that your Miami divorce attorney and the presiding judge assigned to your case will review to determine your financial circumstances. Due to the complexity of this form and the weight it bears regarding alimony payments, child support and property distribution, it is essential that individuals seeking a divorce in Florida have a solid grasp of how they... Continue Reading...
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