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What is a Statement of Property?

When filing for divorce, many local courts in Missouri require both parties to file financial forms, including what is known as a “Statement of Property.” A Statement of Property is a document that sets forth all assets and debts held by parties (for example: real property, automobiles, financial accounts, loans, and retirement accounts), whether those assets and debts are marital or non-marital property.  The Statement of Property can be a very useful tool in allowing all parties and attorneys to ascertain what will need to be divided within the divorce, and point out property that is separate, or non-marital property and therefore not subject to division by a court. Having a complete and accurate Statement of Property filed by each party, is an important step in the divorce process.

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