What is Financial Disclosure?

 

The process by which both parties in divorce proceedings provide each other with full information about their financial circumstances so that consideration of a settlement can be made in full possession of the facts. Financial disclosure is usually made through a financial statement form (known as a Form E).
Disclosure can be made voluntarily before proceedings begin, either through lawyers or in mediation, or ordered by the court after an application is made.

 

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