I am filing form FL-160 for my preliminary disclosure in divorce case.It involves some properties ,and I am still sure certain about the addresses,gross fair market value on these properties.I am planning not to put the names of all those properties I am not sure about. My question is can I amend my disclosure later on,or can I add to my properties later on .
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You must file your disclosure within 60 of the petition being filed. Amendments can be made within that time. After theXXXXXapproval is required.
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By petition ,do you mean the divorce case petition? I am asked by the judge to file the primary disclosure .Do you mean once I file the FL 160,I have 60 days to amend it ? Are there any instructions to read somewhere?Thanks for your input.
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I am going through a divorce case.The judge has asked me to file the preliminary disclosure .It involves some properties etc ;about which I do not have much info yet. The question is can I amend my disclosure after I file ,since it is only the preliminary one ? Is there any time limitation for that? Thanks,just to add it is FL-160 form filing question .
Here are the instructions for filing the FL-160:http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp/forms/documents/fl160instructions.pdf
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