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Don't Lie Or Exaggerate On Your Statement Of Net Worth
Don't Lie Or Exaggerate On Your Statement Of Net Worth

Nearly every matrimonial client completes the Statement Of Net Worth ("SNW"). This document is a cornerstone and the first piece of assembling financial information for the future resolution or litigation of all divorce cases , even if they are uncontested. This document is ...

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