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CALIFORNIA FAMILY CODE

Division 6. NULLITY, DISSOLUTION, AND LEGAL SEPARATION

Part 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS

Chapter 9. DISCLOSURE OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES

Family Code section 2103 (Revised eff. 1/1/16)

In order to provide full and accurate disclosure of all assets and liabilities in which one or both parties may have an interest, each party to a proceeding for dissolution of the marriage or legal separation of the parties shall serve on the other party a preliminary declaration of disclosure under Section 2104, unless service of the preliminary declaration of disclosure is not required pursuant to Section 2110, and a final declaration of disclosure under Section 2105, unless service of the final declaration of disclosure is waived pursuant to Section 2105 or 2110, and shall file proof of service of each with the court.