When a divorce appears to imminent, financial deception may occur. It is important to be aware of the family finances before initiating a divorce. According to a recent poll, forty percent of divorcees with combined incomes have admitted to financial infidelity. It is more likely the number is much higher.
Failure to truthfully disclose assets in divorce proceedings is against the law. However, it happens every day. Your attorney can quickly reveal these deceptions so that you will not be cheated from the assets that you are entitled to receive. There are many methods of hiding assets. It is important to let your attorney know your suspicions so that he will dig deeper into your spouse’s finances.
According to the 2002 United States Census Bureau statistics, there are almost one million divorces each year or approximately 50% of marriages end in divorce. Many of these divorces result in financial devastation. Depending on the complexity of your divorce, it is important to know the assets that you and your spouse own so that your attorney can ensure an equitable distribution of property. Do not be a victim of a financial cheating spouse.
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