Sifferman V. Sifferman 04 3 02210 1 Casefile Part 2

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.-. I I IIIIIIII IIIIII Ill lllll lllll lllll lllll lllll 111111111111111111 CL 11193076 5 6 7 SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON SNOHOMISH COUNTY 8 9 In re the Marriage of: 10 NO. 04-3-02210-1 GREGORY ALAN SIFFERMAN 11 AMENDED Petitioner, FINANCIAL DECLARATION 12 OF PETITIONER/RESPONDENT 13 and (FNDCLR) 14 SUSAN BETH SIFFERMAN 15 Respondent. 16 17 Name: Gregory Sifferman Date of Birth: 06/18/1962 18 I. SUMMARY OF BASIC INFORMATION 19 Declarant's Total Monthly Net Income (from § 3.3 below) $4,834.68 20 Declarant's Total Monthly Household Expenses (from§ 5.9 below) $10,572.76 21 Declarant's Total Monthly Debt Expenses (from§ 5.11 below) $ 952.00 Declarant's Total Monthly Expenses (from§ 5.12 below) $11,524.76 22 Estimate of the other party's gross monthly income (from§ 3.lf below) $0 23 24 25 26 27 28 FINANCIAL DECLARATION (FNDCLR)- Page 1 of6 WPF DR 01.0550 (7/2003) - RCW 26.18.220 (1) O'LOANE, NUNN & GUTHRIE A Professional Limited liability Company 2707 Colby Ave., Suite 1204 P.O. Box 5519 Everett, WA 98206-5519 t ORIGINAL (425) 258-6860 Fax (425) 259-6224 ( 0 \ II. PERSONAL INFORMATION 2 2.1 Occupation: Mortgage broker 3 2.2 The highest year of education completed: college plus one year of law school 4 2.3 Are you presently employed? yes 5 6 7 III. INCOME INFORMATION 8 9 3.1 GROSS MONTHLY INCOME. 10 Petitioner a. Wages and Salaries $5,851.96 11 $ b. Interest and Dividend Income 12 C. Business Income $ d. Spousal Maintenance Received From $ 13 e. Other Income $ f. Total Gross Monthly Income $ 5,851.96 14 (add lines 3.la through 3.le) $ 15 g. Actual Gross Income (Year-to-date) 09/30/05 $52,667.65 16 3.2 MONTHLY DEDUCTIONS FROM GROSS INCOME. 17 a. Income Taxes $617.16 18 b. FICNSelf-employment Taxes $400.12 c. State Industrial Insurance Deductions $ 19 d. MANDATORY Union/Professional Dues $ 20 e. Pension Plan Payments 16% of monthly Gross $ f. Spousal Maintenance Paid $ 21 g. Normal Business Expenses - mortgages on rental homes $ h. Total Deductions from Gross Income $ 1,017.28 22 (add lines 3.2a through 3.2g) 23 24 3.3 MONTHLY NET INCOME. $4,934.68 25 26 27 28 FINANCIAL DECLARATION (FNDCLR) - Page 2 of 6 O'LOANE, NUNN & GUTHRIE WPF DR 01.0550 (7/2003) - RCW 26.18.220 (1) A Professional limited Liability Company 2707 Colby Ave., Suite 1204 P.O. Box 5519 Everelt, WA 98206•55l9 (425) 258-6860 Fax (425) 259-6224 3.4 MISCELLANEOUS INCOME. 2 a. Child support received from other relationships $0 3 b. Other miscellaneous income $* 4 see Schedule A attached hereto re rental incomes 5 6 C. Total Miscellaneous Income $0 7 3.5 INCOME OF OTHER HOUSEHOLD ADULTS $0 8 9 3.6 IS INCOME DISPUTED FOR EITHER PARTY? No 10 11 12 IV. AVAILABLE ASSETS 13 4.1 Cashon hand $ 100 4.2 On deposit in banks $* 14 4.3 Stocks and bonds, cash value oflife insurance $* 15 4.4 Other liquid assets: $* 16 * See schedule B attached hereto 17 18 V. MONTHLY EXPENSE INFORMATION 19 20 Monthly expenses for myself and 3 dependents are: (Expenses should be calculated for the future, after separation, and/or based on the anticipated residential schedule for the children.) 21 22 5.1 HOUSING. 23 Rent, $ 1,650 24 Mortgage on family home $2,047.66 Installment payments for other mortgages or encumbrances $ 25 Taxes & insurance (if not in monthly payment) $ 26 Total Housing $3,697.66 27 28 FINANCIAL DECLARATION (FNDCLR) - Page 3 of 6 O'LOANE, NUNN & GUTHRIE WPF DR 01.0550 (7/2003)- RCW 26.18.220 (1) A Professional Limited Liability Company 2707 Colby Ave., Suile 1204 P.O. Box 5519 Everett, WA 98206-5519 (425) 258-6860 Fax (425) 259-6224 I 2 5.2 UTILITIES. 3 Heat (gas & oil) $ 55 4 Electricity $ 77 Water, sewer, garbage $ 90 5 Telephone $ 75 6 Cable $ 65 Other - cell for Greg and Beth $ 290 7 Total Utilities $ 652 8 5.3 FOOD AND SUPPLIES. 9 Food for 4 persons $ 800 Supplies (paper, tobacco, pets) $ 50 10 Meals eaten out $ 100 11 Other $ Total Food Supplies $ 950 12 13 5.4 CHILDREN. Day Care/Babysitting $ 800 14 Clothing $ 100 15 Tuition (if any) $ 155 Other child related expenses $ 100 16 Total Expenses Children $1155 17 5.5 TRANSPORTATION. 18 Vehicle payments or leases $0 Vehicle insurance & license (for Greg and Beth) $ 169 19 Vehicle gas, oil, ordinary maintenance $ 200 20 Parking $0 Other transportation expenses $0 21 Total Transportation $ 369 22 5.6 HEAL TH CARE. (Omit if fully covered) 23 Insurance (for entire family) $ 572. 13 24 Uninsured dental, orthodontic, medical, eye care expenses $ 90.68 25 Other uninsured health expenses (counseling) $ 450 Total Health Care $ 555.68 26 27 28 FINANCIAL DECLARATION (FNDCLR) - Page 4 of 6 O'LOANE, NUNN & GUTHRIE WPF DR 01.0550 (7/2003) - RCW 26.18.220 (1) A Professional Limited Liability Company 2707 Colby Ave., Suite 1204 P.O. Box 5519 Everett, WA 98206-SSl9 (425) 258-6860 Fax (425) 259-6224 2 5.7 PERSONAL EXPENSES (Not including children). 3 Clothing $ 100 4 Hair care/personal care expenses $ 70 Clubs and recreation $ 500 5 Education $0 6 Books, newspapers, magazines, photos $ 20 Gifts $ 50 7 Other $0 Total Personal Expenses $ 740 8 9 5.8 MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES. 10 Life insurance (if not deducted from income) $ 159.54 Insurance Term $31.88 11 Personal Liability Insurance $ 12 12 Undifferentiated family support $2,750 Total Miscellaneous Expenses $2,953.42 13 14 15 5.9 TOT AL HOUSEHOLD EXPENSES $10,572.76 16 17 18 5.10 DESCRIPTION OF INSTALLMENT DEBTS INCLUDED IN PARAGRAPHS 5.1 19 THROUGH 5.8. (i.e., Mortgages/ Car payments, etc.) 20 Description Month of 21 Creditor of Debt Balance Last Payment Chase Fam. Home Loan $270,000 est. Sept 22 23 The following are rental home payments, the payments are not reflected above but on Schedule A. 24 Chase Rental loan $ I 62,000 est. Sept Chase Rental loan $162,000 est. Sept 25 Thomas Sifferman RE Contract rental $160,000 est. Sept 26 27 28 FINANCIAL DECLARATION (FNDCLR) - Page 5 of 6 O'LOANE, NUNN & GUTHRIE WPF DR 01.0550 (7/2003) - RCW 26.18.220 (I) A Professional Limited Liability Company 2707 Colby Ave., Suite 1204 P.O. Box 5519 EYerelt, WA 98206-S5l9 (425) 258-6860 Fax (425) 259-6224 2 3 5.11 OTHER DEBTS AND MONTHLY EXPENSES NOT INCLUDED IN PARAGRAPHS 5.1 THROUGH 5.8. (i.e., Credit card payments, etc.) 4 Description Month of Monthly 5 Creditor of Debt Balance Last Payment Payment Amt 6 Line of Credit $86,000 September 05 $555.00 7 Line of Credit $23,000 September 05 $82.00 Bank of America credit card $6,885 September 05 $315.00 8 9 Total Monthly Payments for Other Debts and Monthly Expenses $ 952 10 11 5.12 TOT AL EXPENSES $11,524.76 12 13 VI. ATTORNEY FEES 14 6.1 Amount paid for attorney fees and costs to date: $11,450 15 6.2 The source of this money was: income and loan 16 6.3 Fees and costs incurred to date: $32,000 17 18 6.4 Arrangements for attorney fees and costs are: Payment in full is due each month. Attorney has accepted partial payments. 19 20 I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the state of Washington that the foregoing is true and correct. 21 Signed at Everett, WA on August 11, 2004. 22 23 24 Greg Sifferman, Petitioner 25 26 27 28 FINANCIAL DECLARATION (FNDCLR) - Page 6 of 6 O'L0ANE, NUNN & GUTHRIE WPF DR 01.0550 (7/2003) - RCW 26.18.220 (1) A Professional Limited Liability Company 2707 Colby Ave., Suite 1204 P.O. Box 5519 Everett, WA 98206-5519 (425) 258-6860 Fax (425) 259-6224 OC-T-10-05 12:20PM FROl,I-Golf Savinrs Bank-MLT 425 771 2328 T-256 P.002/003 F-228 1 2 3 5.11 OTHER DEBTS AND MONTHLY EXPENSES NOT INCLUDED IN PARAGRAPHS 5.1 THROUGH 5.8. (i.e., Credit card payments, etc.) 4 Description Month of Monthly 5 Creditor of Debt Balance Last Payment Payment Amt 6 Line of Credit $86,000 September 05 $555.00 7 Line of Credit $23,000 September 05 $82.00 Bank of America credit card $6,885 September 05 $315.00 8 9 Total Monthly Payments for Other Debrs and Monthly Expenses $ 952 10 11 5.12 TOTAL EXPENSES $11,524.76 12 13 VI. ATTORNEY FEES 14 6.1 Amount paid for attorney fees and costs to date: $ 11,450 15 6.2 The source of this money was: income and loan 16 6.3 Fees and costs incurred to date: $32,000 17 18 6.4 Arrangements for attorney fees and costs are: Payment in full is due each month. Attorney has accepted partial payments. 19 20 I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the state of Washington that the foregoing is true and correct. 21 Signed at Everett, WA on August 11, 2004. 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 FINANCIAL DECLARATION (FNDCLR) - Page 6 of 6 O'LOANE, NUNN & GUTHRIE Wl'F DR 01.0550 (7/2003)- RCW 26.18.220 (1) A Profeuianal Umit,d Liabili,y O,mJXllO' 2707 Colby Ave., Suite 1204 P.O. Bo• 5519 Everett. WA ,a'WG-5519 (425) 258-Ql60 F8.l (425) ~224 Month House at 829 House at 7208 House at 721 O Notes Aug-04 Rents $550 vacant $1,650 $550 $1,300 Mtg ($1,359.59) ($1,248.61) ($1,875) Expenses ($1,594.53) ($54.58) fire ins. Sep-04 Rents $550 $667.00 $1,650 ($120) $550 $667.00 gardner for all houses $550 $666.00 Mtg ($1,359.59) ($1,248.61) ($1,500) Expenses ($54.58) fire ins. Oct-04 Rents $550 $704.00 $1,650 $550 $530.00 tenant purchased paint $550 $704.00 Mtg ($1,359.59) ($1,248.61) ($1,500) Expenses ($29.10) ($1,862.71) property tax ($195.00) Nov-04 Rents $550 $700 $1,650 ($65) $550 $550 $700 $700 ($86) John Moran handyman tT"-1 ~ Mtg. Expenses ($1,359.59) ($1,248.61) ($1,500) '.--r i I t,:, i4 ~ Cf> Dec-04 Rents $550 $466.65 $1,650 $550 $466.67 $550 $466.67 Mtg ($1,359.59) ($1,248.61) ($1,500) Expenses Jan-OS Rents $550 $466.67 $1,650 $550 $291.33 Tenant purchased paint $550 $466.67 and supplies Mtg. ($1,314.92) ($1,281.88) ($1,500) Expenses ($58.50) fire ins. Feb-OS Rents $550 $466.67 $1,650 $550 $466.67 $550 $466.67 Mtg ($1,314.92) ($1,281.88) ($1,500) Expenses ($58.50) fire ins. Mar-OS Rents $550 $466.66 $1,650 $550 $466.67 $550 $466.67 Mtg ($1,314.92) ($1,281.88) ($1,500) Expenses ($58.50) fire ins. Apr-05 Rents $550 $466.67 $1,500 rent reduced due to $550 $466.66 no furnace for one month $550 $466.67 Mtg. ($1,314.92) ($1,281.88) ($1,500) Expenses ($58.50) fire ins. ($1,835.87) property tax ($75.00) gardner expense May-05 Rents $550 $466.66 $1,650 ($597.15) $550 $466.67 cabin taxes $550 $466.67 ($75) Mtg. ($1,314.92) ($1,281.88) ($1,500) gardner at three houses Expenses ($58.50) fire ins. ($59.08) dump fee Jun-05 ($89.60) furnace repair Rents $550 $466.67 ($30) refund of deposit $550 $466.67 ($30) refund of deposit $550 $466.67 ($30) refund of deposit Mtg ($1,314.92) ($1,281.88) no payment made Expenses ($58.50) ($175) garage clean ($310) interior clean ($190) Jul-05 gardener for all houses Rents $550 $466.66 vacant $550 $466.66 $550 $466.67 $1,650 rent deposit Mtg ($1,314.92) ($1,281.88) no payment made Expenses Aug-05 Rents $550 $466.66 $1,650 $550 $466.66 $466.67 ($1,314.92) ($1,281.88) ($1,500) Sep-05 Rents $550 $466.66 $1,650 $1,100 $466.66 $466.67 Mtg ($1,314.92) ($1,281.88) ($1,500) - I .} i 31-Aug-05 "'b"'IXl--~l1 IB.. IT~ Greg & Beth Sifferman Summary of Assets & Liability Accts as of August 31, 2005 Assets: Current Company Type Ace'·# Statement Balance Description Brown Co Joint Acct 178 yes $ 127,074.48 Stock Acct Brown Co Greg IRA 145 no $ 4,707.87 IRA Brown Co Beth IRA 150 no $ 7,047.00 IRA Vanguard Joint Acct 390 no· $ Closed Smith Barney Greg 401K 373 no $ 118,758.95 401K Stock Acct American Funds Greg 401K 217 no $ 41,448.17 401 K Mutual Fund NW Plan Services Deferred Comp . 217 no $ 24,804.63 Deferred Comp Mass Mutual Whole Life Ins 566 no $ 17,844.12 Cash Value Bank of America Joint Acct 656 yes $ 5,042.64 Checking Acct Bank of America Individual Acct - ;559 yes $ 10.72 Checking Acct Bank of America Joint Acct i044 yes $ 7.42 Old Checking Rental Golf Savings Bank Joint Acct 1051 yes $ 7,334.78 Checking Rental Golf Savings Bank Individual Acct 061 no $ Closed Golf Savings Bank Joint Acct 569 no $ Closed Golf Savings Bank Individual Acct ,557 no $ Closed Total Assets: $ 354,080.78 Liabilities: Bank of America Line of Credit yes $ 86,000.00 Golf Savings Bank Line of Credit yes $ 3,000.00 Bank of America Credit Card yes $ 5,498.07 Total Liabilities: $ 94,498.07 Assets - Liabilities: $ 259,582.71 - - - - - ~ - -- ------- I r . . • I IIIIIIII IIIIII Ill lllll lllll lllll lllll l l l lllll lllll llll llll CL 11193078 4 5 6 7 SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON 8 SNOHOMISH COUNTY 9 In re the Marriage of: 10 NO. 04-3-02210-1 GREGORY ALAN SIFFERMAN 11 MOTION TO MODIFY Petitioner, TEMPORARY 12 FINANCIAL SUPPORT 13 and AND OTHER RELIEF 14 SUSAN BETH SIFFERMAN (no mandatory form) 15 Respondent. 16 17 Relief Requested: COMES NOW Petitioner by and through his attorney ofrecord and asks the 18 court for entry of an order reducing maintenance by $1,000 per month and requiring her to 19 immediately seek employment. 20 21 Grounds: On October 8th 2004, an order entered requiring the Petitioner to pay the following on 22 behalf of the wife: 23 $ 2,750 in undifferentiated family support 24 $2,047.66 in mortgage payment $ 75 for Beth's cell phone bill 25 $ 98.22 for Beth's car insurance 26 27 28 MOTION TO MODIFY TEMPORARY O'LOANE, NUNN & GUTHRIE 1Iur PARENTING PLAN AND OTHER RELIEF- I A Professional Limited Liability Company 2707 Colby Ave., Suite 1204 P.O. Box 5519 Everett, WA 98206-5519 (425) 258.6860 {) Fax (425) 259.6224 ORIGl~JAl ' Husband has met his financial obligation to the wife each and every month. In May he 2 obtained separate living quarters in order to have care of the children on a 50/50 basis as 3 recommended by the parenting evaluator. This raised the financial obligation of Mr. Sifferman as he 4 then needed to fully support two households. 5 6 The wife has another. adult living in her household. She states in her answers to 7 interrogatories that this woman moved into the home in June of 2005. This woman apparently 8 contributes little to the costs of running the home although she is gainfully employed in King 9 County as a public defender. 10 11 Since May 8, 2005 the wife has had alternate weeks with the children. She has taken few 12 steps toward financial independence. In her answers to interrogatories, she has taken one class 13 toward recertification toward her teaching certificate. She has done nothing to attempt to support 14 herself or the children financially. 15 16 17 Issues Presented: Whether the court should enter the orders reducing maintenance and/or J8 requiring the wife to immediately seek employment. 19 20 Evidence Relied Upon: Declarations of Greg Sifferman and financial documents submitted under 21 seal. 22 23 Legal Basis: RCW 26.09, et seq. 24 25 26 27 28 MOTION TO MODIFY TEMPORARY O'LOANE, NUNN & GUTHRIE A Professional Limited Uability Company PARENTING PLAN AND OTHER RELIEF- 2 2707 Colby Ave., Suite 1204 P.O. Box 5519 Enrett, WA 98206-5519 (425) 258-6860 Fax (425) 259-6224 • I DATEDthis I/ day of October, 2005. 2 3 G. B. Nwm, WSBA# 16827 4 A mey for Petitioner 5 6 7 8 9 JO 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 MOTION TO MODIFY TEMPORARY O'LOANE, NUNN & GUTHRIE A Professional Limited Liability Company PARENTING PLAN AND OTHER RELIEF- 3 2707 Colby Ave., Suite 1204 P.O. Box 5519 Everett, WA 98206-5519 (425) 258-6860 Fax (425) 259-6224 -~~- • '• w- ~ •.'1 ..• ~Ii ED IIIIIIII IIIIIIIll lllll lllll lllll lllll l l l lllll lllll llll llll ' I'- CL 11193077 ~r; OCl I I M-l 11: Ol 3 ··'·,l D,\NIELS 4 I cou~iT'I c~E~KASH.> <;.t!OHOt'o\SH C . 5 , 6 7 SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON SNOHOMISH COUNTY 8 9 In re the Marriage of: JO NO. 04-3-02210-1 GREGORY ALAN SIFFERMAN II DECLARATION OF Petitioner, GREG SIFFERMAN 12 13 and 14 SUSAN BETH SIFFERMAN 15 Respondent. 16 17 I declare under penalty of perjury of the laws of the State of Washington that the following 18 19 is true and correct. 20 I am making this declaration in support of my motion to reduce my maintenance obligation 21 22 to Beth Sifferman by $ I ,000 per month and/or to have the court order her to immediately seek 23 employment. 24 25 26 27 28 DECLARATION OF O'LOANE, NUNN & GUTHRIE A Professional Limited Liability Company GREG SIFFERMAN 2707 Colby Ave., Suite 1204 ~ Page 1 P.O. Box 5519 ORIGINAL Evereu, WA 98206-5519 (425) 258-6860 Fax (425) 259-6224 7,oi ~ This action was filed on September I 0, 2004. At the commencement of this case we went 2 to court on two occasions in order to set temporary orders. The second of those hearings established 3 the financial orders in this matter. I was ordered to pay the following monthly obligations: 4 5 $ 2,750 in undifferentiated family support $ 2,047.66 in mortgage payment 6 $ 75 for Beth's cell phone bill $ 98.22 for Beth's car insurance 7 8 This has been a financial payment for these items alone of $59,650.56 for the past twelve months. 9 Essentially the equivalent of my entire net earnings. 10 In addition to the above, I pay health insurance, including dental, for the whole family at 11 12 $572.13 per month, the children's therapy at $360 per month and Annalisa's preschool at $155 per 13 month. I have paid for soccer and dance lessons as well. I also paid for all of Dr. Young's work, a 14 total of$ I 0,500. I buy clothes for the children and pay for hair cuts and other day to day items. 15 16 In May 2005, I moved from staying at my sister's home to renting a home within a few 17 minutes drive from Beth's home. This has helped facilitate the transfer of the children on a weekly 18 basis per the recommendation of Dr. Young. This has increased my own budget since I now have 19 20 to pay considerably more in rent and have utility payments as well. 21 In order to fund these two households, we have had to tap into two lines of credit in addition 22 to cashing out the Van guard account. I will have to go into the Brown account soon. I have worked 23 24 hard to try and increase my income and it did go up in June, July and August, but back down in 25 September. I work totally on commission and if loans don't close, I don't get paid. I am submitted 26 27 28 DECLARATION OF O'LOANE, NUNN & GUTHRIE A Professional Limited Liability Company GREG SIFFERMAN 2707 Colby Ave., Suite 1204 Page 2 P.O. Box 5519 Everett, WA 98206-5519 (425) 258-6860 Fax (425) 259-6224 I an amended financial declaration that shows the strain on our financial resources. Copies of my 2 paychecks are also being submitted under as sealed documents. 3 4 I have been willing to use our resources to support Beth during the separation because I 5 6 wanted Beth to have time to get on her feet without pressure after she was released from inpatient 7 treatment. Beth was ordered in October 2004 to use her "best efforts" to obtain recertification of her 8 teaching certificate. She has not done that. Beth has a Masters Degree and taught prior to giving 9 birth to our daughter, Lauren. In her answers to interrogatories, she has apparently only attended one 10 class in Microsoft Word and needs and additional 1552 credits to be recertified. It has now been 11 12 more than a year with this situation pending. She has had every other week totally free of the 13 children for five months. With the two older children back in school and Annalisa is in preschool 14 Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, she only has to find care for Annalisa during the day in 15 order to meet this commitment, even during the weeks that the children are in her care. There is 16 another adult in her home in the event there is a night class. Beth is unrealistic in her belief that she 17 18 can continue to be a "stay at home" mother even after the divorce is final. 19 20 In addition, Beth has been in a new relationship with an educated and gainfully employed 21 person. Beth states in her answers to interrogatories that her partner moved into the former family 22 23 home June I, 2005, but in Dr. Young's report indicates that Beth admitted that Ms. Freitas has been 24 in the home
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