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A majority of Florida family law courts require both litigants to complete a financial affidavit.
A financial affidavit is generally not required for adoptions, injunctions, and uncontested divorces. The financial affidavit is a standardized form prepared by the Florida Supreme Court. There are two different versions of the form: a short form and a long form.
As to simplified dissolutions, although Rule 12.105 in fact states the financial affidavits cannot be waived, the case law construing the rule indicates otherwise.
Be sure that your financial affidavit is notarized before filing it with the Court, as the statute requires the document be sworn.
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What Is a Financial Affidavit? A financial affidavit, which has different names in each state, is a statement showing your income, expenses, debts and assets. It allows a court to figure out how much spousal support and child support it should award.
The requirement that each party file a completed Financial Affidavit cannot be waived and the Affidavit must be filed. If you and the other party agree to waive the requirements of the Mandatory Disclosure Rule you may file a Waiver of Mandatory Disclosure with the court.
Be sure that your financial affidavit is notarized before filing it with the Court, as the statute requires the document be sworn.
The requirement that each party file a completed Financial Affidavit cannot be waived and the Affidavit must be filed. If you and the other party agree to waive the requirements of the Mandatory Disclosure Rule you may file a Waiver of Mandatory Disclosure with the court.
A financial affidavit is generally not required for adoptions, injunctions, and uncontested divorces. The financial affidavit is a standardized form prepared by the Florida Supreme Court. There are two different versions of the form: a short form and a long form.

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