Rule 49 Disclosure Statement

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For all divorce/family law cases in the state of Arizona, the Court requires mandatory disclosures by each party to the other, of all relevant evidence obtained by them during their respective discovery (fact finding and evidence gathering) process. A Rule 49 Disclosure Statement will provide the opposing party with a list of relevant evidence, facts, documents, and witnesses that a party intends to use at time of hearing. This document will include copies of the evidence/documents obtained and will be sent directly to the opposing party or their attorney if they are represented (not the Court). A Rule 49 Disclosure Statement will allow the other party to quickly identify issues pertaining to:

  • Legal Decision-Making
  • Parenting Time
  • Child Support
  • Dissolution of Marriage (Divorce) for separation of property and debts
  • Spousal Support/Maintenance

Evidence/documents provided in a Rule 49 Disclosure Statement can include but are not limited to:

  • Tax Documents
  • Pay Stubs
  • Email Correspondence
  • Employment Records
  • Business Records
  • Contracts
  • Real Property Deeds or Titles
  • Evidence of Property Value
  • Bank Statements
  • Credit Card Statements
  • Bills
  • Phone Recordings

Rule 49 Disclosure Statements are due forty (40) calendar days after the initial responsive pleading is filed. Furthermore, all parties will be required to supplement their disclosures as new evidence and/or information is obtained. Failure to disclose evidence/information in a timely manner may result in that evidence/information being excluded at time of hearing or trial.

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