Greetings. Yes, you just put your own 401(k) on your side of the worksheet or spreadsheet. If you are talking about the affidavit for the court, let me know.
Even if you file for bankruptcy, your wife can include the equitable distribubtion with the bankruptcy in court. Of course, that would move it to federal court, and increase your attorney fees exponentially, but that is up to you.
You cannot force anyone to obtain life insurance on themselves, unless they agree to.
You have to file the divorce, wait 30 days after service, file the motion for summary judgment and a notice of hearing for about 10 days from the 30 day period. Typically 45 days or so from when you serve her with the complaint for divorce.
Good luck moving on. Thank you.
Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
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Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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