Understanding Financial Affidavits
What Is a Financial Affidavit in a Divorce?
During the divorce process, each spouse is usually required to fill out a comprehensive financial document, or a financial affidavit. This document helps to illustrate the financial history and present situation of a family and is used by a judge when making decisions about matters like child support or alimony.
Filling out a financial affidavit can be incredibly overwhelming and confusing, due to the document's thorough and extensive nature. If you need assistance when filling out documentation for your divorce, I am ready to help! At The Virga Law Firm, P.A., we can help you through every step of dissolving your marriage.
How Financial Affidavits Affect Your Divorce
Financial affidavits can be time consuming and tedious to fill out, especially sections such as monthly expenses. We can provide assistance when completing sections that require calculating total expenses, asset lists, and sources of income.
Financial affidavits can be used to determine the following matters:
It is extremely important to be completely truthful when completing your financial affidavit. Most of the time, these documents are considered sworn testimony and are required to be signed under oath. If you are caught lying on a financial affidavit, you could be charged with perjury and could face major penalties. We can work with you to fill out your financial affidavit completely and accurately before being seen by a judge.
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