You do not file FL-142 with the court, but you do file the proof of service for for it FL-141 proving that the preliminary disclosures were done. You can waive the final disclosures with FL-144.
You must file the FL-150 if there is any child support or spousal support at issue
The Fl-160 is optional and depending on how much assets you have may be unnecessary. However if you do have substantial assets it would make sense that you file it because the court will want to review the numbers to make sure it seems even and the form is the easiest way for them to do that.
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First, if you ahve a problem with a family law "faciltator," that should be directed immediately. Declaration of Service for Disclosure documents is MANDATORY.
If you hve an MSA and a bunch of form issues, seek an attorney please. We can come at halftime without palying in the first half. Best of luck and all of these forms have instructions on the superior cour websites.
No, you may have just misunderstood. You have to EXCHANTE the declarations of disclosure which includes an FL-150 income and expense declaration, but you do NOT necessarily need to FILE it. You do need to file FL-141 declaring that you EXCHANGED the declarations of disclosure. FL-144 also needs to be filed if you WAIVE your final declaration of disclosure.
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