The Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (‘FCFCOA’) requires a variety of documents be filed with it when you are in Court for a family law matter, whether parenting, property, child support or divorce. Nevett Ford presents a series of brief guides to common documents you might be required to prepare.
A financial statement is a form that asks for you to specify your income, expenses, asset values and liability values, as well as your superannuation. This is required when filing an application to the FCFCOA asking for property orders. It has a a specific space to complete how much you spend on pool cleaning each week but not on your Netflix.
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