No. You only have pages attached if you check 11.b. Then just count the number of pages in your signed agreement dividing assets and liabilities.
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The only pages to be attached to the FL800 would be the agreement between you setting forth the division of assets and liabilities as indicated in section 11(b). The FL150 is a separate form that must be filed but is not attached to the FL800. The FL810 is only an information sheet to help you with the summary dissolution process, not a form to be filed with the court. I hope this helps!
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