To answer to the declaration of disclosure
You and your ex should disclose any and all accounts that either of you can access, even if held with a 3rd party. The purpose of the disclosures is full disclosure of any and all community assets and debts. If all of the funds in that account belong to the other party, the other party may have to testify to confirm that at some point.
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I agree with my colleague, however i would like to add that if the money in the 3rd party account does not belong to either spouse, the Court is unlikely to be able to make orders about it. This may become an issue of tracing the deposits, but it isn't uncommon.
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I have no idea as to what you are asking. Who is this "third party"? What relation do they have to the divorce? What parties own this account?
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