Do not file a disclosure statement unless ordered to do so. Be prepared to present it to the judge and tender a copy to your ex or if he is represented, to the attorney.
Judy Goldstein is correct that they are not filed. I am curious as to what is going on in court though. Sometimes people want to avoid the cost of an attorney thinking their matter is very simple. However, it has the potential to lead to a less than desired result. I'd be happy to talk to you at no charge and no obligation. Even if we do not speak, I highly recommend you speak to a family attorney.
You should get yourself an experienced family law attorney, you don't file a disclosure statement unless requested to do so by the court, if you do, make sure it is prepared correctly and that you have a copy to give to your ex-spouse's lawyer or if they are not represented, directly to them. Good Luck.
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DO NOT FILE THE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT. Just provide the copies and you can file that you complied with the Cook County rule to do so. You really should consider hiring an attorney to represent you in this matter.
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