Finances

Myth
  Myth
“Closed bank accounts do not have to be disclosed ”
Fact
  Fact
Not necessarily. At the point when you and your partner are trying to agree the finances, you will be required to provide all your financial paperwork, as will your partner. This information has to be current but as far as bank accounts are concerned, these must go back 12 months. If an account has been closed during that period you would still be expected to produce statements. Unless an account was closed a significant period of time ago, it is wise to disclose all closed accounts to avoid questions being asked by your partner’s solicitor.

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