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In order to divide marital property you must determine what constitutes marital property. Marital property is any asset acquired from the date of the marriage until the date of separation. This is assuming that the parties have not entered into a prenuptial agreement. It does not matter whose name the asset is titled the important aspect is when it was acquired. This is why, for example, a 401 K in one spouse's name alone is still divided in divorce proceedings.
I needed to provide this explanation in order to help make my answer more understandable. You should list the value of the assets as of the date of separation. However, you need to be aware that if the assets include any accounts or property that can appreciate in value then the appreciation that occurs post-separation on a joint asset is still relevant for division.
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I would provide both did a separation formation and current information. Your your current income and his current income could be relevant in the case come up but probably not. None the less since the information is required I would provide current as well as data separation.
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