If my husband and I agree to everything in our divorce paperwork and he has signed a stipulation agreeing to it all, do we need to do the financial declaration?
Question Details: We are preparing to file and the last page talks about financial declarations but states if it is contested. Since we agree on everything do we have to do this and provide all the paystubs and bank info.
So generally speaking, the Stipulation of Settlement would say that the parties have conducted all the financial disclosure or have waived their right to financial disclosure and the language would be what the state laws governing same require. I would strongly suggest that you have toe document reviewed to make sure that it complies. If it does then it is a binding contract. Good luck.
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