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Old 07-26-2011, 09:45 AM
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Hey Everyone....

Having a little bit of difficulty with the Financial Statement...

I owned house A prior to marriage and moved into house B with Wife, which became Matrimonial home.

I know that I have had to get an appraisal done and she is entitled to any increase in value from house A, which has been inputted into the financial statement....

My question is....where on the financial statement do "I" enter any information on the Matrimonial Home, house B ???

Do I enter half or all under PART 5 - Debts and other Liabilities?

Need some help !!!!!
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