In a family law case, both sides are required to fully disclose their assets and debts to the other side. California Family Code Sections 2100-2013 requires the spouses to provide each other with a complete list of all assets and liabilities two times during the marriage. This is referred to as a disclosure. A declaration of disclosure is required by the spouses to prove that the list was provided to the other party. The first set of disclosures is required at the outset of the dissolution process and is referred to as a preliminary declaration of disclosure. The second set of disclosures is required before trial and is referred to as the final declaration of disclosure.
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Although the posting of this information can be considered free legal advice for an Orange County divorce, it does not guarantee a result. There may be other circumstances that play a significant role in any dissolution which may alter the outcome of a divorce. A divorce lawyer will be knowledgeable about the significance of facts. Those factors should be reviewed and argued by a family law attorney in Orange County.
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