Morganton, NC asked in Divorce, Family Law and Child Support for Florida

Q: Do I include paystubs and receipts in the "fully executed" Financial Affidavit I must attach to my Pretrial Statement?

Attachment C of Standing Family Law says to attach "a current, fully executed Financial Affidavit" to my Pretrial Statement.

Does that mean I have to include paystubs and receipts of how I've spent my income since the divorce was filed? Do I attach that to my current Financial Affidavit?

Standing Family Law says: "The use of funds or income after separation must be accounted for and justified as reasonable and necessary" (5. DISPOSITION OF ASSETS)

1 Lawyer Answer
Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
  • Freeeport, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: I have answered several of your questions this morning, but I can't give you a reliable answer to this one. I don't know if the instructions tell you to attach paystubs and receipts or not. I suggest you consult with an attorney practicing family law in the Florida county where this matter is to be heard.

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