As unfortunate as it is, men and women tend to take advantage of their spouse during divorce proceedings.
One of the most significant issues people run into during a divorce is dividing up their assets — particularly when one seems to be hiding theirs. Unsurprisingly it’s very typical for spouses to in fact conceal money and assets prior to and during the course of a divorce.
Hiding assets to prevent sharing fairly during the course of divorce is a dishonest and unlawful practice, frequently found all over the world.
Instead of depending on your spouse’s honesty, wise up and look out for these tell-tale signs and strategies.
Since finding hidden assets—or eliminating the possibility that hidden assets exist—helps increase the likelihood that you’re treated equitably in your divorce, it’s important to start doing your homework as soon as possible. If you’re the one initiating the divorce process, it’s usually advantageous to take inventory of your assets before raising the topic with your spouse.
From a practical standpoint, divorce is the dissolution of a partnership, which results in the equitable division of assets. One way to make sure you’re treated fairly is to gather as much information as you can prior to the proceedings.
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Author – Jessica Gooding