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Required Documents in Alimony Cases

Anyone in a post-separation (temporary alimony) or alimony case must exchange the following documents with the other party, along with a completed with our Form 7 Notice and Certification of Mandatory Disclosure:

Item #1 – Complete a Form #4 Financial Affidavit – Download in Word format or PDF format

Item #2 – The last 12 months of individual and business bank statements, either online or standard statements. This includes cancelled checks, check registers, and evidence of checks paid.

Item #3 – The last 12 months of credit card statements, including credit cards that include you as an authorized user (not just credit cards in your name).

Item #4 – The last 12 months of pay stubs/earning statements.

Item #5 – Beginning January 1 of the year the pleading or motion is filed through the date of disclosure, any other documents reflecting “income” from all sources, This includes (but isn’t limited to) income from: salaries, wages, commissions, bonuses, ownership or operation of a business/partnership/practice or corporation, VA or other kind of disability, Social Security benefits, workers compensation benefits, unemployment insurance benefits, and alimony or maintenance received from someone who is not a party in this case.

Item #6 – The last 2 years of both personal and business income tax returns, including forms (W-2 forms, 1099 forms, K-1 forms, etc.) and all schedules and attachments. If a tax return has not been filed for the preceding year, a copy of all forms (W-2 forms, 1099 forms and K-1 forms) for that year, and if not yet available then provide pay stubs/earning statements showing gross income for that year.

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