Greetings. An Equitable Distribution Affidavit is a court document that details all your property to the judge, let’s the judge know what claims you have about the property, how much each item is worth, and how you want the property divided. It is what I would call the guide book for the judge to rule on your equitable distribution claim. No, this document is not for all marital property being sold without your consent - except to let the judge know when this happened with any specific piece of property.
You have thirty days from the date of filing your complaint to file your version and your spouse has thirty days from the date of you filing yours to file their equitable distribution affidavit. Thank you.
Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
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