FL 150 Income & Expense Declaration
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William ,the sample petitioner, will insert his personal information in the header section of this form as demonstrated in the video.
Next, William will insert his employment information and age and level of education in the next section. Using our example, William will insert his employer’s information.
Next, William will enter his tax information and the other party’s income. William will sign and date this page once the subsequent pages are complete.
On the second page of FL 150, William will list all sources of income he receives (last month and monthly average). William will attach copies of his pay stubs (black out any social security numbers) for the past two months. William is a wage earner. He list the amount of income he receives each month from his full-time job at Disney.
On the next page, William must list the people who lives with him, their monthly gross income, and whether they contribute to his household expenses. Here, William’s mother resides with him so he inserts her personal information.
In the next section, William list all of his estimated monthly expenses.
William will complete the last page of FL 150 as he has a minor child in which he needs support. He inserts the number of minor children he has and the current timeshare percentage.
Kelly currently provides health insurance for Rose so he leaves box 17 blank. William does not have any special hardships so none are listed.
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