Connecticut’s standard financial affidavit form used in divorce cases has blanks to fill in eight categories of assets, including real estate, vehicles, “other personal property” and “all other assets.”
Its bottom line lists “total cash value of all assets,” with a sworn certification that “the foregoing statement is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge and belief.”
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