Ye of little faith.
One of the best things accomplished by the Illinois Family Law Study Committee for divorce cases did was to require the Illinois Supreme Court to come up with a Uniform Financial Disclosure Statement (and to a lesser extent a uniform interim fee order).
One should know how to access these forms. Go to Illinois Court Home Page > Access to Justice.
From there goto forms.
For the current Uniform Financial Affidavit see: https://www.illinoiscourts.gov/forms/approved-forms/forms-circuit-court/divorce-child-support-maintenance
For the Interim Fee Order Form See: http://www.illinoiscourts.gov/Forms/approved/divorce/divorce.asp
Practice Tip: Unfortunately, the uniform financial affidavit cannot accept “footnotes” within the body of the pages because the “Typewriter” function does not work with this “locked” form. It is possible to “unlock” this locked form once completed.
The last page of the form provides the ability to essentially provide “footnotes” and instructions should be given to first provide the number, the letter and then the item description followed by the explanation where it is appropriate that these be provided. For example, if a spouse is currently providing certain items, it may be appropriate that they be noted.