Step 1: Confidential Divorce Mediation Questionnaire

This is the first form you will need to fill out if you are beginning your mediation process. Only one of you needs to fill this out, however you may need to work together since it includes detailed information about both of you.

Step 2: Financial Disclosure

Watch this video for an overview of the forms you will be filling out as you proceed to the financial disclosure phase of your mediation. 

Declaration of Disclosure FL-140

This is the master form to which you attach all other forms and information. I will provide you with a statement of material facts.

Asset and Liability Disclosure FL-142

Each party is required to fully disclose all of their assets and debts. The FL-142 operates like a table of contents for what you are disclosing. Each asset or debt you disclose will require documentary proof of how you arrived at your valuation. For example, if you list real estate as an asset, you will need to provide a copy of your current mortgage and/or your HELOC, and a market valuation showing how you arrived at the current valuation. 

Income and Expense Declaration FL-150

Each party is required to fill out an income and expense declaration. All sources of income should be listed on page 2 and you will attach your pay stubs or your Schedule C depending on your source of employment. If spousal is an issue skip page 3 and replace it by filling out a much more detailed budget worksheet below. 

Budget Worksheet

In preparation for mediation, each spouse will need to fill out a detailed budget including current living expenses and proposed living expenses. You will need to download and complete this form, returning it to before you can begin your negotiations for child and/or spousal support. 

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