Rule 49 Disclosure Chart

There are certain disclosures you must make during a family law case in Arizona Family Court. Rule 49 outlines the minimum disclosures that all parties in a family law case must disclose (reveal). If your opposing party refuses to supply this information, you have options for recourse. Learn more about the entire disclosure process in this helpful blog, What You Must Disclose in Family Law, or review the easy-to-read slides below to make sure you are properly disclosing the right information in your case. Click any of the images below to zoom in, or email info@accesslegaldocs.com to have the slideshow emailed to you.

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