What’s the best way to find out if your ex is not disclosing financial information?

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Asked on February 16, 2016 11:16 am
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There really is no “best way.” Sometimes we issue subpoenas to banks where we believe there are assets “hidden.” Sometimes we ask for years of income and bank documents and have an accountant review the input and output for missing cash or investments. Often it is just a matter of one party identifying missing items and asking in formal discovery where those items are located, whether they have been disposed of or sold and what was obtained or given in exchange for their disposal or sale. Simply asking an attorney to go and find hidden assets is not usually fruitful but if you can identify items which might be missing or inappropriately dissipated from the marital estate, the attorney can assist you in various means to locate or at least demonstrate through evidence that there is missing property and that one or the other party to the divorce action should be imputed with its possession as a component of the marital estate.

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Posted by James Garts (Questions: 0, Answers: 0)
Answered on February 16, 2016 11:43 am