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50 Vital Documents for Divorce
Most of the information you need regarding real estate will be obtained from these records including type of real estate owned, location, debt associated with this real estate, any co-owners and taxes outstanding.
With respect to items 6 through 15, the tad returns and pay stubs will be used to determine actual income. The balance of the documents will show how the family income is expended.
The items below will alert your attorney to liabilities and debts which must be satisfied.
Document numbers 16 through 20 will be used to determine value of assets and used to trace assets which may be hidden.
The following documents relate to insurance. They will assist in determining value of assets and protection provided in the event of death of a wage earner.
The miscellaneous documents, 24 through 28, will provide actual earning capability, other possible sources of income and additional information you may need.
Business - Corporate, Partnership or Sole Proprietorship
The following documents will supply retirement assets and anticipated retirement income.
Items 32 through 42 will help your attorney determine the value of the business, number of owners, earning record, and nature of business.
These will assist in ascertaining real estate owned by the business.
If the divorce is being filed under one of the seven fault grounds (including extreme cruelty, adultery, abandonment, substance or alcohol addiction, institutionalization, deviant sexual conduct and incarceration), the 18 month separation period, required for a no-fault divorce, is waived. However, each ground for divorce has its own stipulations.
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