Fill Out Form 813B - Financial Affidavit: Property and Assets
About the CourtFormPrep Program
The CourtFormPrep program will help you fill out Form 813B - Financial Affidavit for Property and Assets. You need to fill out this form if:
- you are a party in a new divorce, civil union dissolution, legal separation or annulment and you and the other party have minor children or
- you are ordered by the Court to complete and file this form or
- the other party has asked you to fill out this form as part of your court case
This form takes a long time to fill out. You should only start this program after you have gathered all your property and asset information.
Before you start, you will need to gather the following information:
- Real estate
- Any real estate you or the other party owns, by yourselves or with someone else
- Estimated fair market value of the property
- Balance owed on any mortgage or line of credit
- A description of any vehicle(s) you own, either by yourself or with someone else
- Estimated fair market or "Blue Book" value of the vehicle
- Balance owed on any vehicle loans
- Bank accounts and retirement accounts, IRAs, etc.
- A list of all accounts
- Account numbers
- Current balance on accounts
- Stocks, bonds, life insurance policies and other investments
- A description of all financial investments
- Current market value of all financial investments
- Any other assets, including but not limited to trusts and personal property that has significant value (jewelry, electronics, antiques, tools, etc.)
- A description of each asset
- Fair market value of each asset
If you have any questions about these forms, review the CourtFormPrep Frequently Asked Questions.
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