Statement of Net Worth

The Financial Foundation of Your Divorce

When it comes to your net worth, the state of New York is not going to take your word for it. Your statement of net worth affidavit will be the most important document you sign during your divorce. It is crucial to make sure you have a proven divorce attorney preparing it and guiding you through the negotiations that follow.

As a family law attorney and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, Lisa Zeiderman brings a wealth of legal and financial perspective to every client’s case. You can rely on her to make sure your divorce property settlement protects your interests and is based on an accurate reflection of your finances.

What is Included in a Statement of Net Worth?

The statement of net worth is wide in scope, attempting to provide a snapshot of your complete financial background. Your statement of net worth will include all of your sources of income, assets, regular expenses and outstanding debts. Everything from your W2s and pay stubs to real estate and business loans will be included.

You Will be Under Oath

Attempts to be sly about your financial situation will not be judged kindly by the courts. Deliberately providing false information while under oath can expose you to legal consequences that go far beyond your divorce case.

The best course of action is to begin gathering the financial information you need for your statement of net worth and then get in touch with Lisa Zeiderman. She can guide you the rest of the way and make sure you are positioned for success. Contact her today to schedule an appointment.