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Collecting Asset Documents in Divorce

Collecting Documents Prior to Filing for Divorce

One of the most contested areas in divorce is proving income and assets. Proving both can be difficult yet documentation collected by the opposing side can usually be admitted as evidence of assets. The simpleist method is to photocopy documents. Then keep the documents in a secure location or better, give them to your attorney. Suggested types of documents to copy could be:

  • Paycheck Stubs
  • Tax Returns (any and all)
  • Loan Applications (cars, homes, recreational vehicles, timeshares)
  • Financial Statements
  • Checking Account Statements
  • Credit Card Statements
  • Mortgage Statements
  • Investment Accounts, Retirement, 401K,
  • Stock Investments

If your Ex suggests income is significantly lower than what he has stated on financial documents, he may be subject to perjury. Thus, when you have evidence of income and assets copied, you may be in a much better position to claim your share of community property assets.

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