Your lawyer will likely ask you for your financial information. Gather your information. Bringing you information will reduce the time and expense involved to obtain this information.


Property:


Do you own property?


Do you have a copy of your title?


Is your property co-owned? Is your name on the title?


Do you have your mortgage information? 


How much equity is in the property?


Do you have a list of all of your individual and joint assets?


Do you have a list of all of your liabilities with supporting documentation?


Income & Taxes:


Do you have your last 3 years tax returns?


Do you have your last 3 years Notices of Assessments?


Do you have your income information?


Do you have your last 6 paystubs?


Do you have information of your WCB or other insurance payments?


Finances:


Do you have a list of all bank accounts?


Do you have a list of all credit cards and statements for the past 6 month?


Do you have your monthly expenses and a budget?


Children:


Do you have a parenting plan for your children, where applicable?


Do you have the dates for all school holidays? 



For more information:


Please visit the Alberta Court website at: http://www.albertacourts.ab.ca/fjs/index.php 


The following course is mandatory: Online Parenting After Separation is now available to family litigants in Alberta. The Online Seminar is located at: http://pas.albertacourts.ab.ca/