Legal Toolkit Florida Family Law and Divorce

What to Bring About Family Law and Divorce

a

Basic summary of facts of case including (why they want a divorce, number and age of kids, property owned, length of marriage, assets other than real estate, and income of both parties)

b

List of specific goals you want to accomplish during the divorce process.

c

Copies of Tax Returns for 3 years

d

Copies of Mortgage information, mortgage insurance statement, recent property appraisals

e

Copies of life insurance statements, retirement info/pension funds/401Ks

f

Bank account statement for multiple months, including saving and checking accounts, and bank investments like CDs, savings bonds, or IRAs

g

List of stock portfolios, trusts, and any potential employer stock options

h

Copies of Children’s social security numbers

i

Copies of expenses with statements (utilities, car, car insurance, credit card, student loans, home equity loans, other loans or purchases on credit)

j

List of other expenses (i.e. school tuition, medical/dental bills, dance or music lessons for children)

k

Proof of Income for both spouses (copies of Pay Stubs for 2-5 consecutive pays)

l

Copy of any Prenuptial Agreement

m

List of spouse’s known recent large purchases (like antiques, rugs, furniture, vehicles, etc) that could be considered to be of significant dollar value