Hidden Assets In Divorce
In anticipation of a high-net-worth divorce, it is not uncommon for one spouse to attempt to hide or disguise marital assets so they are not classified as community property and become subject to division. Identification of such hidden assets is crucial to a fair and reasonable property settlement, as well as to the determination of child support and alimony.
To avoid losing out on what is rightfully yours, it is essential that you work with an experienced and resourceful law firm that has the skill and ability to uncover and properly classify marital assets. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with one of our Riverside or Temecula hidden assets lawyers.
Hidden assets can often be discovered by carefully analyzing financial statements and public and private financial records. Our high-net-worth divorce lawyers have often identified hidden assets in:
- The undervaluation of business assets and controllable cash flow of family-owned businesses
- Foreign bank accounts
- Bank accounts and financial instruments registered in the name of minor children
- Employment benefits including purposefully delayed salary increases, bonuses, and options to purchase company stock
- False repayment of debt or services
- Intentionally delayed business opportunities
Our goal in searching for and identifying potentially hidden assets is to ensure our clients receive a fair and reasonable portion of the assets and property accumulated during their marriage and to give them peace of mind in a high-net-worth divorce. We also assist those facing wrongful allegations of hidden assets.
Contact Our San Bernardino Undisclosed Wealth Law Firm Today
If you think your spouse is hiding assets in a divorce, we invite you to contact our Corona attorneys to schedule an initial and confidential consultation today. Call 951-824-6449. We are located in Riverside and Temecula.