This form should list all property/debts held by you, your spouse and both of you jointly, as well as any other property/debts acquired by either of you before marriage or after separation.
As to the “Item No."column
List all your known community and separate assets. Include assets even if they are in the possession of another person, including your spouse. Also include property acquired by either of you before marriage or after your separation.
Group together what you can. For example, on household items, you may list “living room furniture" as a group, “kitchen items and lines" as a group; and other items that way. However, other items, such as vehicles, must be listed separately. If you need additional space for items, please recreate the columns with asset/debt, separate property, date acquired, current value, and money owed. This will save us time, our time and your money if our office doesn’t have to do this.
As to the “Separate Property" Column
If any item was acquired and fully paid for by either of you prior to marriage or after separation; or was acquired during the marriage by gift or inheritance, it is probably separate property. If it is husband’s property put an H in the column. If it was wife’s property put a W in the column.
As to the “Date Acquired" Column
If you don’t know the exact date or year, write either (bm) for before marriage, (dm) for during marriage or (as) for after separation.
As to the “Current Gross Fair Market Value" Column
List the amount you could sell the item or group of items as if you were to sell it at a garage sale or through a newspaper ad. Do not list the amount you paid for the item. If you don’t know, put “unknown".
As to “Amount of Money Owed or Encumbrance" Column
If you know the amount owed, list it. If not, write unknown.
Please make sure to provide copies of the most recent statements that are required. Each item will ask for specifics. If you do not have the requested documents to be attached, please note if in possession of other party or why you can’t obtain.
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