Rule 5.77. Summary dissolution
(a) Declaration of disclosure
To comply with the disclosure requirements of chapter 9 (beginning with section 2100) of part 1 of division 6 of the Family Code in proceedings for summary dissolution, each joint petitioner must complete and give each other the following documents before signing a property settlement agreement or completing a divorce:
(1) A preliminary declaration of disclosure as described in Family Code section 2104 and Declaration of Disclosure (form FL-140); or
(2) The completed worksheet pages indicated in Summary Dissolution Information (form FL-810) listing separate and community property and obligations as well as a completed Income and Expense Declaration (form FL-150).
(b) Fee for filing
The joint petitioners must pay one fee for filing a Joint Petition for Summary Dissolution of Marriage (form FL-800) unless both parties are eligible for a fee waiver order. The fee is the same as that charged for filing a Petition-Marriage (form FL-100). No additional fee may be charged for the filing of any form prescribed for use in a summary dissolution proceeding.
Rule 5.77 adopted effective January 1, 2013.