Getting Started
Financial Affidavit (Family & Divorce Cases)
IMPORTANT: This getting started guide and the instructions are not legal advice. They
are only meant to help you learn how to complete a Financial Affidavit (Family & Divorce
Cases). Your use of the forms does not guarantee you will be successful in court.
To learn how to fill out the forms and file them with the court, read the How to Complete a
Financial Affidavit (Family & Divorce Cases) instruction sheet and the instructions on the
Names of forms:
Financial Affidavit (Family & Divorce Cases)
Additional Information for the Financial Affidavit
(Family & Divorce Cases) (if needed)
Purpose of the forms:
To provide financial information and documents to the
other party and the court.
Types of cases the
forms CAN be used for:
All family and divorce cases.
Types of cases the
forms CANNOT be used
All other case types.
Cost to File the Form:
Special information or
papers needed to
complete the forms:
Most recent income tax returns
Most recent pay stubs or other proof of income
Most recent bank statements
Other documents supporting your statements about
your expenses, debts, and assets
Statutes covering the
750 ILCS 5/501 "Temporary Relief," Illinois Marriage and
Dissolution of Marriage Act.
Where to find the forms
and instruction sheet:
For more information:
Read the How to Complete a Financial Affidavit (Family &
Divorce Cases) instructions that come with these forms.
You may also find more information, resources, and the
location of your local county legal self-help center at
DV-G 118.2
Find Illinois Supreme Court approved forms at:
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