Litigants in divorce cases are required to file extensive financial documentation. If that litigant has filed or later files bankruptcy, a second set of financial documents must be filed with the bankruptcy court.
Often the two sets of financial disclosures will reveal inconsistent information. The opposing spouse would be wise to review both sets of financial disclosures to obtain a more complete picture of her opponent's financial life.
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