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Property division: Why would a spouse try to hide assets?

A California attorney who has been hired to help investigate a possible hidden asset scheme might recommend searching in several different places. Achieving an appropriate property division agreement requires full disclosure on the part of both spouses. If one of them has a tendency to be secretive when it comes to finances, it is, perhaps, likelier that he or she might attempt to beat the system by stashing cash or otherwise hiding assets in divorce. 

Divorce: Ways to help children adapt

In California and beyond, many parents worry about their children. For some, a major life change such as divorce causes certain issues to surface. Children need coping skills as much or even more than parents who are navigating divorce.

Property division: Is your wedding ring marital property?

When a California spouse decides to file for divorce, he or she undoubtedly faces many other decisions and issues that must be resolved before moving on in life. Especially for couples who have been married a long time or those who have children, property division and child custody matters can be complex and difficult to sort out. A particular obstacle may arise regarding wedding rings.

The benefits of a mediated divorce

Divorce is seldom easy even when both parties agree that a breakup is best. Often a couple has bonds that involve their finances, their physical property and perhaps children as well as the difficult emotional bonds to break. Taking these and other issues through a litigated divorce may mean dredging up unnecessary hurts and creating wounds where none existed before.

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