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Family Division Rule 1.25-A

 

Mandatory Initial Self-Disclosures

 

Except as otherwise agreed by the parties or ordered by the Court, each party shall  deliver the following documents to the other no later than the earlier of (i) forty-five days from the date of service/delivery of the petition or (ii) ten (10) days prior to the temporary hearing or initial hearing on the petition, not including the First Appearance required by rule 2.11:

 

  • Current Financial Affidavit, including monthly expense sheet



  • The past three (3) years’ personal and business federal and state income tax  returns and partnership and corporate returns for any non-public entity in  which either party has an interest, together with all tax return schedules,  including but not limited to W-2’s, 1099’s, 1098’s, K-1s, Schedule C, Schedule  E and any other schedules filed with the IRS.



  • The four (4) most recent pay stubs (or equivalent documentation) from each current employer, and the year-end pay stub (or equivalent documentation) for the calendar year that concluded prior to the filing of the action.



  • For business owners or self-employed parties, all monthly, quarterly and  year-to-date financial statements to include profit and loss, balance sheet and  income statements for the year in which the action was filed; and all year-end  financial statements for the calendar year that concluded prior to the filing  of the action.



  • Documentation  confirming the cost and status of enrollment of employer provided medical and  dental coverage for:
    1. The party,
    2. The party’s spouse, and
    3. The party’s dependent child(ren).

 

  • For  the twelve (12) months prior to the filing of the action, any credit, loan  and/or mortgage applications, or other sworn statement of assets and/or  liabilities, prepared by or on behalf of either party.
  • For  the twelve (12) months prior to the filing of the action, documentation related  to employee benefits such as but not limited to stock options, retirement, pension, travel, housing, use of company car, mileage reimbursement, profit  sharing, bonuses, commissions, membership dues, or any other payments to or on  behalf of either party.
                     
  • For  the twelve (12) months prior to the filing of the action, statements for all  bank accounts held in the name of either party individually or jointly, or any  business owned by either party, or in the name of another person for the  benefit of the either party, or held by either party for the benefit of the  parties’ minor child(ren).
                     
  • For the twelve (12)  months prior to the filing of the action, statements for all financial assets,  including but not limited to all investment accounts, retirement accounts,  securities, stocks, bonds, notes or obligations, certificates of deposit owned  or held by either party or held by either party for the benefit of the parties’  minor child(ren), 401K statements, individual retirement account (IRA)  statements, and pension-plan statements.

        

  • For the twelve (12)  months prior to the filing of the action, any and all life insurance  declaration pages, beneficiary designation forms and the most recent statements  of cash, surrender and loan value.

       

  • For the six (6) months  prior to the filing of the action, statements for all credit cards held by either party, whether individually or jointly.

       

  • Any  written prenuptial or postnuptial agreements signed by the parties.

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