Who needs a fl 142 form?
Fl 142 form is part of the mandatory Declaration of Disclosure package that needs to be served by the spouses during the divorce proceedings to provide information about a schedule of assets and debts.
What is fl 142 form?
Fl 142 form is a list of all known to an applicant community and separate assets or debts. It includes assets even if they are in the possession of another person, including the spouse of an applicant. All values of fl 142 form should be as of the date of signing the declaration.
Is fl 142 form accompanied by other forms?
After you file your Petition for Dissolution and before you can gain entry of judgment of dissolution you must fill out several forms including a declaration of disclosure (FL-140; FL-141), a schedule of assets and debts (FL-142) and an income and expense declaration (FL-150). All of them are designed to provide comprehensive information on the financial status, property rights and debt obligations of spouses.
When is fl 142 form due?
Usually fl 142 form is served within two weeks after filing your Petition for Dissolution and valid for the entire period of litigation.
How do I fill out fl 142 form?
You need to provide detailed information about: real estate, household furniture, jewelry including antiques, art, coin collection, movable property, deposit accounts, cash and tax refund with life insurance and all of the other assets you have. Also you need to disclose information about any kind of loans and debts you have. And in the end you sign the form. That’s all.
Where do I send fl 142 form?
A copy of this document remains with your spouse, and the original is provided to the court for trial. The document shall be certified by lawyers of both sides.