If yes, please provide the following information for each:
If so, name the child and the approximate value of the asset
If so, please provide name, age and residence:
If so, please provide names, ages/birthdates, and names of parents:
List the names of your parents, brothers, sisters and state where they are living, and if so, list their city and state of residence.
List the same information for your spouse's parents and siblings.
Please provide the following information regarding your spouse's former marriages:
A. Liquid assets: Cash (dividends. etc); savings account; checking accounts; money market accounts; certificates of deposit; mutual funds:
B. Other personal property (everything except liquid assets): private corporation stocks and bonds (publicly listed); unlisted stocks and bonds; government bills, notes and bonds; commodities; automobiles; other vehicles (airplanes, boats, motorcycle, recreational vehicles); precious metals; safe deposit contents; household goods, furniture and appliances; china, crystal and silver; jewelry (watches, wedding and engagement rings); furs and clothing; art works, photographs, letters, medals, collectibles, family heirlooms, artifacts and antiques; tools and machinery; computers and electronic equipment; sports equipment (camping, hiking, cycling, skiing, fishing, etc.); hobbies; camera, video, and recording equipment; books; musical instruments; valuable livestock/animals; pets; money owed to you (personal loans, etc.); vested interest in profit sharing plan, stock options, etc; limited partnerships; trust interest; vested interest in retirement plans; IRAs, death benefits, annuities; life insurance; miscellaneous personal property not already listed.
NOTE: Separately identify valuable items. Categorize less valuable items (for example, "all of my clothing," "all of my household possessions," etc.) Household possessions can include furniture, appliances, tools, etc. State where listed assets are located (for example, provide the address or, if applicable, state "at my residence"). List shares of stock by numbers of shares, name of company, and type of stock (for example, 100 shares of General Eletric common). When listing the value of the asset, first list the local value, then subtract any debt owing on the asset and list the net value of the asset. If the asset is a life insurance policy, IRA, or retirement plan, identify any primary or contingent beneficiaries listed on the policy, account or plan. Take into account accrued income tax liability when valuing retirement plan.
C. Business personal property; patents, copyrights, trademarks and royalties; business ownerships such as partnerships, sole proprietorships, corporations, etc. (list by name and type of name and business); miscellaneous receivables (such as mortgages, deeds of trust, or promissory notes held by you: rents due from income-producing property owned by you; payments due for professional or personal services or property sold by you that are not fully paid by the purchaser).
D. Real Estate; agricultural land; boat/marina slip; cemetery plots; condominiums; cooperatives; timeshares; duplexes; houses; mobile homes; rental properties; undeveloped lands; vacation homes:
NOTE: Describe property by listing its address or locaion, including the street address or apartment number or acreage in a specified country. The legal description does not have to be provided. If the real property includes personal items such as farm tools and animals, include item in the description, specifically listing expensive such as cattle or a tractor. If the items are relatively inexpensive, such as tools in a shed on otherwise vacant land, state "along with all the personal property located on the property." Subtract any mortgage or other debt owing on the asset.
NOTE: To reach the net value of assets listed above, you should already have listed and subtracted the debt on the asset. Therefore, you should include below only those liabilties not taken into account above. Do not include regular monthly bills such as those for utilities, telephone and credit cards, but do take into account whether you have guaranteed any obligations of someone else (even if you don't expect to have to pay).
A. Personal property debts (personal loans with banks, major credit card debts, etc.) and other personal debts:
B. Taxes (includes only past and current due taxes - do not include future or estimated estate taxes):
C. Other liabilities (such as lega judgments, guarantees, accrued child support, etc.):