Fill out the form at the bottom of this page, print it, date it, and sign it. Attach copies of your state and federal income tax returns for the past two years. Then, set it aside for now. Your FL-140 is not filed with the court. You keep the original and you will eventually give your spouse a copy. We will discuss what to do with your FL-140 after you have completed the rest of your Preliminary Declaration of Disclosure forms.
If you purchased the “Declaration of Disclosure” video guides for $20, use the video player above to view the voice-over video that will walk you through how to fill out the FL-140, provide you with useful information about the FL-140, show you an example of the completed form, and provide you with a blank fillable form you can save and print.
Click the following link to see an example of a completed FL-140. We suggest you print the example before watching the video. Then, click above to watch the instructional video on how to complete the FL-140. After you have watched the video guide, click the icon below to open a blank FL-140 that you can fill out and print.