In New Jersey divorce matters courts are very concerned with the finances of the parties. To disclose your finances the courts require you to complete a Case Information Statement (CIS). The CIS is probably one of the most important documents in any divorce case, but can be a challenge to prepare. Your attorney should help you review this document before submitting it to the court. It is always helpful to have an attorney with a solid financial background.
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