Arrgh....I'm so stuck with this financial asset sheet - how did you fill it out. My attorney said not to come to him until it's finished and I just can't seem to move on it. I've always hated dealing with budgets and this just feels like another one I need to do. Did any of you just take all your statements in and give them to the attorney? I so want to move on this because my depression is keeping me so down from accomplishing anything. And grad school and my regular teaching begin next week so I will be extremely busy - plus these activities keep me in the avoidance mode of finishing the divorce. Advice? Thanks so much.
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