Find out which financial statement form to file

Learn if you should file the short or long financial statement form.

The financial statement is one of the most important papers that you file with the court. The judge will make important decisions based on the information that you write down.

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Financial statement short form

You should file the financial statement short form if:

  • You’re the plaintiff, defendant, or petitioner in a divorce, separate support, paternity, modification or contempt case or any other case involving alimony, child support, or division of property, and;
  • Your gross annual income is less than $75,000 before taxes

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Financial statement long form

You should file the financial statement long form if:

  • You’re the plaintiff, defendant or petitioner in a divorce, separate support, paternity, modification or contempt case or any other case involving alimony, child support, or division of property, and;
  • Your gross annual income is more than $75,000 a year before taxes

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Additional forms

You may also need to file other forms in addition to the short or long form.

  • If you're self-employed or own your own business, you need to file Schedule A
  • If you have rental property income, you need to file Schedule B.
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