Question Details: We have an agreement on our divorce. Neither of us need the disclosure of assets from each other. Can we just file form FL-141 to the court without giving each other the disclosure since neither of us need/care any way and it's too complicated to fill in?
When you fill out the disclosure of assets, you must also file with the court a Declaration that you served the other party with the disclosure. So you can't file the disclosure without also having served the disclosure to the other party. There are family law facilitators available at the court to help you fill out the forms. The service is free. Also, the facilitator can also inform you if you have to complete the disclosure of assets. Some forms are not required depending on the type of divorce you are getting.
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