There can be no argument that people often find financial disclosure overwhelming. The difficulty in trying to identify values for assets, liabilities, bank accounts, pensions and income, as well as being able to put your hand to all the documentary evidence required, is regularly the cause of considerable stress.
The below article offers some helpful tips on making this process easier and (hopefully) less painful for anyone involved. The need for open and honest disclosure can never be overlooked, as we saw in recent cases - (http://www.brethertons.co.uk/site/blog/financial-disclosure)
Gathering together the financial documents needed to provide full financial disclosure on divorce is a daunting procedure, whether you are using mediation, negotiating via solicitors or going through the court process to work out a financial settlement. It is always sensible to be as comprehensive as possible, which will ultimately avoid both time and money being spent on providing additional information later on.