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They're looking for assets and valuation of the same to determine equity. For example if you have a home but the home has a mortgage against it you have to deduct the mortgage from the house to determine your equity. Ie the money you would realize when it is sold after paying any debt secured by the asset. Same analogy for a car loan.
I would recommend valuing all of your assets based off of a liquidation analysis. Not what you paid for an item. Not what you hope you can sell it for, but what you can definitely get for it at a garage sale or yard sale. No one knows exactly what an an asset is worth until it is sold so as long as you are on the low end of a respectable range that is where you want to be. Remember the concert is to try to have the approval for the solicitor so the less assets the better and the lower the value the better.
I hope this information is helpful and I wish you the best of luck.
I would itemize by category. I would only recommend doing large assets worth more than $1,000.. the categories I would use with the real estate, Vehicles, retirement, missing his personal property. Make sure you put down any loans are secured gets typed any food to get pieces of property.