Interrogatories for New/Enforcement

Interrogatories - New/Enforcement

Section 3 - Employment:

3(a) For each place of your employment or self-employment during the last 3 years, state the following:

(1) name, address, and telephone number of your employer.

(2) dates of employment.

(3) job title and brief description of job duties.

(4) starting and ending salaries.

(5) name of your direct supervisor.

(6) all benefits received, including, for example, health, life, and disability insurance; expense account; use of automobile or automobile expense reimbursement; reimbursement for travel, food, or lodging expenses; payment of dues in any clubs or associations; and pension or profit sharing plans. 

3(b) Other than as an employee, if you have been engaged in or associated with any business, commercial, or professional activity within the last 3 years that was not detailed above, state for each such activity the following:

(1) name, address, and telephone number of each activity.

(2) dates you were connected with such activity.

(3) position title and brief description of activities.

(4) starting and ending compensation.

(5) name of all persons involved in the business, commercial, or professional activity with you.

(6) all benefits and compensation received, including, for example, health, life, and disability insurance; expense account; use of automobile or automobile expense reimbursement; reimbursement for travel, food, or lodging expenses; payment of dues in any clubs or associations; and pension or profit sharing plans.

Section 4 - Assets:

4(a)  Real Estate. State the street address, if any, and if not, the legal description of all real property that you own or owned during the last 3 years. For each property, state the following:

(1)  the names and addresses of any other persons or entities holding any interest and their percentage of interest.

(2)  the purchase price, the cost of any improvements made since it was purchased, and the amount of any depreciation taken.

(3) the fair market value on the date of your separation from your spouse.

(4)  the fair market value on the date of the filing of the petition for dissolution of marriage. 

4(b) Tangible Personal Property. List all items of tangible personal property that are owned by you or in which you have had any interest during the last 3 years including, but not limited to, motor vehicles, tools, furniture, boats, jewelry, art objects or other collections, and collectibles whose fair market value exceeds $100. For each item, state the following:

(1)  the percentage and type interest you hold.

(2)  the names and addresses of any other persons or entities holding any interest.

(3)  the date you acquired your interest.   

(4)  the purchase price.

(5)  the present fair market value.

(6)  the fair market value on the date of your separation from your spouse.

(7)  the fair market value on the date of the filing of the petition for dissolution of marriage. 

4(c) Intangible Personal Property.  Other than the financial accounts (checking, savings, money  market, credit union accounts, retirement accounts, or other such cash management accounts) listed in the answers to interrogatories 4.d and 4.e below, list all items of intangible personal property that are owned by you or in which you have had any ownership interest (including closed accounts) within the last 3 years, including but not limited to, partnership and business interests (including good will), deferred compensation accounts unconnected with retirement, including but not limited to stock options, sick leave, and vacation pay, stocks, stock funds, mutual funds, bonds, bond funds, real estate investment trust, receivables, certificates of deposit, notes, mortgages,  and debts owed to you by another entity or person. For each item, state the following:

(1)  the percentage and type interest you hold.

(2)  the names and addresses of any other persons or entities holding any interest and the names and addresses of the persons and entities who are indebted to you.

(3)  the date you acquired your interest.

(4)  the purchase price, acquisition cost, or loaned amount. (5)the fair market value or the amounts you claim are owned by or owed to you:

  1. presently, at the time of answering these interrogatories.
  2. on the date of your separation from your spouse.
  3. on the date of the filing of the petition for dissolution of marriage.

You may comply with this interrogatory 4(c) by providing copies of all periodic (monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual) account statements for each such account for the preceding 3 years. DO NOT FILE THESE DOCUMENTS IN THE COURT FILE. However, if the date of acquisition, the purchase price and the market valuations are not clearly reflected in the periodic statements which are furnished then these questions must be answered separately. You do not have to resubmit any periodic statements previously furnished under rule 12.285 (Mandatory Disclosure).

4(d) Retirement Accounts: List all information regarding each retirement account/plan, including but not limited to defined benefit plans, 401k, 403B, IRA accounts, pension plans, Florida Retirement System plans (FRS), Federal Government plans, money purchase plans, HR10 (Keogh) plans, profit sharing plans, annuities, employee savings plans, etc. that you have   established and/or that have been established for you by you, your employer, or any previous employer. For each account, state the following:

(1)  the name and last 4 digits of the account number of each account/plan and where it is located.

(2)  the type of account/plan.

(3)  the name and address of the fiduciary plan administrator/service representative.

(4)  the fair market value of your interest in each account/plan.

  1. present value.
  2. value on the date of separation.
  3. value on the date of filing of the petition for dissolution of marriage

(5)  whether you are vested or not vested; and if vested, in what amount, as of a certain date and the schedule of future vesting.

(6)  the date at which you became/become eligible to receive some funds in this account/plan.

(7)  monthly benefits of the account/plan if no fair market value is ascertained.

(8)  beneficiary(ies) and/or alternate payee(s).

4(e) Financial Accounts. For all financial accounts (checking, savings, money market, credit union accounts, or other such cash management accounts) listed in your Financial Affidavit, in which you have had any legal or equitable interest, regardless of whether the interest is or was held in your own name individually, in your name with another person, or in any other name, give the following:

(1)  name and address of each institution.

(2)  name in which the account is or was maintained.

(3)  the last 4 digits of account numbers.

(4)  name of each person authorized to make withdrawals from the accounts.

(5)  highest balance within each of the preceding 3 years.

(6)  lowest balance within each of the preceding 3 years. 

You may comply with this interrogatory 4(e) by providing copies of all periodic (monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual) account statements for each such account for the preceding 3 years. DO NOT FILE THESE DOCUMENTS IN THE COURT FILE. You do not have to resubmit account statements previously furnished pursuant to rule 12.285 (Mandatory Disclosure).

4(f) Closed Financial Accounts. For all financial accounts (checking, savings, money market, credit union accounts, or other such cash management accounts) closed within the last 3 years, in which you have had any legal or equitable interest, regardless of whether the interest is or was held in your own name individually, in your name with another person, or in any other name, give the following:   

(1)  name and address of each institution.

(2)  name in which the account is or was maintained.

(3)  the last 4 digits of account numbers.

(4)  name of each person authorized to make withdrawals from the accounts.

(5)  date account was closed. 

4(g) Trust. For any interest in an estate, trust, insurance policy, or annuity, state the following:(1)If you are the beneficiary of any estate, trust, insurance policy, or annuity, give for each one the following:

  1. identification of the estate, trust, insurance policy, or annuity.
  2. the nature, amount, and frequency of any distributions of benefits.
  3. the total value of the beneficiaries’ interest in the benefit.
  4. whether the benefit is vested or contingent.

(2)If you have established any trust or are the trustee of a trust, state the following:

  1. the date the trust was established.
  2. the names and addresses of the trustees.
  3. the names and addresses of the beneficiaries.
  4. the names and addresses of the persons or entities who possess the trust documents.
  5. each asset that is held in each trust, with its fair market value.

4(h) Canceled Life Insurance Policies. For all policies of life insurance within the preceding 3 years that you no longer hold, own, or have any interest in, state the following:

(1) name of company that issued the policy and last 4 digits of policy number.

(2) name, address, and telephone number of agent who issued the policy.

(3) amount of coverage.

(4) name of insured.

(5) name of owner of policy.

(6) name of beneficiaries.

(7) premium amount.

(8) date the policy was surrendered.

(9) amount, if any, of monies distributed to the owner.

4(j) Safe Deposit Boxes, Lock Boxes, Vaults, Etc. For all safe deposit boxes, lock boxes, vaults, or similar types of depositories, state the following:

(1) The names and addresses of all banks, depositories, or other places where, at any time during the period beginning 3 years before the initiation of the action, until the date of your answering this interrogatory, you did any of the following:

    1. had a safe deposit box, lock box, or vault.
    2. were a signatory or co-signatory on a safe deposit box, lock box, or vault.
    3. had access to a safe deposit box, lock box, or vault.
    4. maintained property.

(2) The box or identification numbers and the name and address of each person who has had access to any such depository during the same time period.

(3) All persons who have possession of the keys or combination to the safe deposit box, lock box, or vault.

(4) Any items removed from any safe deposit boxes, lock boxes, vaults, or similar types of depositories by you or your agent during that time, together with the present location and fair market value of each item.

(5) All items in any safe deposit boxes, lock boxes, vaults, or similar types of depositories and fair market value of each item.

Section 5 - Liabilities:

5(a) Loans, Liabilities, Debts, and Other Obligations. For all loans, liabilities, debts, and other obligations (other than credit cards and charge accounts) listed in your Financial Affidavit, indicate for each the following:

(1)  name and address of the creditor.

(2)  name in which the obligation is or was incurred.

(3)  last 4 digits of the loan or account number, if any.

(4)  nature of the security, if any.

(5)  payment schedule.

(6)  present balance and current status of your payments.

(7)  total amount of arrearage, if any.

(8)  balance on the date of your separation from your spouse. (9)balance on the date of the filing of the petition for dissolution of marriage. 

You may comply with this interrogatory (5.a) by providing copies of all periodic (monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual) account statements for each such account for the preceding 3 years. DO NOT FILE THESE DOCUMENTS IN THE COURT FILE. You do not have to resubmit account statements previously furnished under rule 12.285 (Mandatory Disclosure).

5(b) Credit Cards and Charge Accounts. For all financial accounts (credit cards, charge accounts, or other such accounts) listed in your Financial Affidavit, in which you have had any legal or equitable interest, regardless of whether the interest is or was held in your own name individually, in your name with another person, or in any other name, give the following:

(1)  name and address of the creditor.

(2)  name in which the account is or was maintained.

(3)  names of each person authorized to sign on the accounts.

(4)  last 4 digits of account numbers.

(5)  present balance and current status of your payments.

(6)  total amount of arrearage, if any.

(7)  balance on the date of your separation from your spouse.

(8)  balance on the date of the filing of the petition for dissolution of marriage.

(9)  highest and lowest balance within each of the preceding 3 years.

You may comply with this interrogatory (5.b) by providing copies of all periodic (monthly quarterly, semi-annual, or annual) account statements for each such account for the preceding 3 years. DO NOT FILE THESE DOCUMENTS IN THE COURT FILE. You do not have to resubmit account statements previously furnished under rule 12.285 (Mandatory Disclosure).

5(c) Closed Credit Cards and Charge Accounts. For all financial accounts (credit cards, charge accounts, or other such accounts) closed with no remaining balance, within the last 3 years, in which you have had any legal or equitable interest, regardless of whether the interest is or was held in your own name individually, in your name with another person, or in any other name, give the following:

(1)  name and address of each creditor.

(2)  name in which the account is or was maintained.

(3)  last 4 digits of account numbers.

(4)  names of each person authorized to sign on the accounts.

(5)  date the balance was paid off.

(6)  amount of final balance paid off.

You may comply with this interrogatory (5.c) by providing copies of all periodic (monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual) account statements for each such account for the preceding 3 years. DO NOT FILE THESE DOCUMENTS IN THE COURT FILE. You do not have to resubmit account statements previously furnished under rule 12.285 (Mandatory Disclosure).

Section 6 - Miscellaneous:

Section 7 - Long Form Affidavit

If you filed the short form affidavit, FloridaFamily Law Rules of Procedure Form 12.902(b), and you were specificallyrequested in the Notice of Service of Standard FamilyLaw Interrogatories to file the Long Form Affidavit,Form12.902(c), you must do so within the time to serve the answers to theseinterrogatories.