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What do you Need to Know and Bring to a Meeting with a Facilitator?

In order for the Office of the Family Law Facilitator to help you complete most court papers, you will need to provide the information and documents listed:

  • Pay stubs for the last three pay periods and information about any other income earned by the other party and you
  • A federal tax return for the last two years, including tax filing status for both parties
  • The location of the other party's job and the amount he or she earns monthly, if known
  • The location of the other party's residence, if known
  • The number of children not of this relationship living with and supported by the other party
  • Monthly living expenses, including housing, utilities, insurance, food, transportation, education and clothing
  • Names and ages of children of the relationship, and how much time each party spends with them each month
  • Any extraordinary expenses related to health care and catastrophic losses
  • It may be helpful to bring someone to interpret if you do not speak English
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