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Here are the instructions for filing the FL-160:
Please note that this is the preliminary disclosure. You do not need to write the value of your property or debts at this time. It must be filed within 60 days of filing the divorce petition unless the court directs otherwise.
Alameda County Local Rules requires FL160 be complete prior to filing. The family court
judges do not like to have items intentinally left out, especially real property and assets over $10k.Not later than forty-five days before trial, the parties must exchange their final declarations of disclosure. You can read about this in the California
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