The Sworn Financial Statement is the single-most important document to be filed in your case. It is a complete financial picture of your household. It is the primary document used, in divorce, to determine who gets what, and if, how much, and how long spousal support (otherwise known as alimony or maintenance) and child support is awarded. For cases involving children such as modification of child support, modification of parenting time, and other child custody issues, the Sworn Financial Statement is used to help determine child support awards. Most people are confused by the Sworn Financial Statement and do not understand how to complete it. The ProVault system walks you, step-by-step, through the entire process. Rather than rack up high hourly fees to have your attorney or paralegal answer basic questions, ProVault provides you with instructions and information on completing your Financial Statement.
You need your family law attorney for valuable legal advice. Put your dollars towards true legal services. Many people are overwhelmed by the amount of paperwork required for a divorce. The traditional method of completing your Sworn Financial Statement is to complete two very long paper questionnaires, then pay a paralegal or attorney to enter this data into another program that generates the Sworn Financial Statement. Many individuals who have gone through a divorce have found that method aggravating. ProVault now makes the whole process much easier and more efficient for you.