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What is FL-150?

California divorce courts require that both parties to the divorce disclose their financial situation. This ensures that all financial decisions made by the court have a correct and complete context. To do this, you have to fill the form FL-150 out. It provides questions about income, living conditions and expenses for each spouse.

What I need the FL-150 for?

The purpose of filing the FL-150 is to provide California Marriage and Divorce Court with income, accommodation and expenses information for each spouse. This form can be filed by any married couple asking for a divorce in California State. The recipient of FL-150 is the California Divorce Court. In some special cases, FL-150 can be replaced by the FL-155 form.

Filling out FL-150

To fill the FL-150 form properly, provide the following information:

  • The attorney’s full name, address, telephone number, and e-mail address;
  • Full name of the person represented by the attorney;
  • Full address and branch of the courthouse;
  • Correct divorce case number;
  • Employer’s name, full address, phone number, and occupation;
  • The date the spouse got the job, and the date the job ended (if needed);
  • Indication of the hours worked and payment schedule for the presenting spouse;
  • Relevant spouse’s age, high school degree status, college years completed, and occupational licenses;
  • Taxes information;
  • Total income of the other spouse (including self-employment income and any additional income with taxes returned);
  • Information about the average salary, commissions, overtime payments, public assistance, spousal/partner support, or any other social payments made for the last 12 months (including union dues, retirement payments, hospital fees);
  • The investment income information;
  • All holdings including checking/saving accounts, funds, bonds, and belongings;
  • Information about child financial support for children in other relationships, spousal payment from a different marriage, and job-related duties;
  • The full names, ages of those who live with the spouse, relation, and the person’s total monthly income;
  • Monthly expenses for rent or mortgages, living wage;
  • Attorney payments;
  • The number of children under the age of 18 and their care expenses (including health, education, travels, etc).

Organizations that work with FL-150

California Divorce Court

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