You do not need to list your assets in the public court record, and I never recommend it. Instead, you say, "the parties have reached a just and equitable division of all property, the terms of which are contained in the separation agreement, which is NOT being filed with the court." Then you include the terms you think in that document. Call it a CR2A agreement, each of you sign it and keep a copy. If necessary you can take it to court - under seal - and ask the court to enforce it but there is no reason to ever publish your financial details in the Court record.
The Dissolution Decree form is at http://www.courts.wa.gov under forms. This option preserves your privacy. So long as you are satisfied with the division you have agreed upon the court will sign the orders you propose.
Hope this helps. Elizabeth Powell
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