Filing Financial Statements in the Courts

Financial statements are used to help people in family law cases understand their financial situations.

Do you need to file a financial statement with the court? If your annual income is less than $75,000 before taxes, you need to file a short form. If your income is more than $75,000 a year, file a long form.

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