Yes, she would be, since the full terms of the loan are relevant to her finances, and her finances are relevant to issues of support or distribution of assets. If she won't voluntarily turn over the full loan document(s), you should be able to compel their production by using the mechanisms of "discovery," such as interrogatories or a document production request. If you have an attorney, he or she will know how to do this; if not, review the court rules under "discovery" to see how you would do this.
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