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If you are filing a simplified dissolution of marriage you can waive the financial affidavit –
Here is the form for the simplified dissolution:http://www.flcourts.org/gen_public/family/forms_rules/901a.pdf
If you can check number 6 and 7 of the form in order to elect to keep all information private
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There are many similar forms. I have cut and pasted numbers 6 and 7 from the form I gave you the link to and indicated with an "X" the pertinent choice
6. We have divided our assets (what we own) and our liabilities (what we owe) by agreement. We are satisfied with this agreement.
[Check one only] ( ) Our marital settlement agreement, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form 12.902(f)(3), is attached. This agreement was signed freely and voluntarily by each of us and we intend to be bound by it.
( x ) Our marital settlement agreement is not in writing. We prefer to keep our financial agreements private.
7. [check one only]
( )We have each completed and signed financial affidavits, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Forms 12.902(b) or (c), which are attached to this petition.
( x ) Each of us is satisfied with the financial disclosure we received from the other spouse and we waive the filing of financial affidavits.
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