Warning Signs That Your Spouse May Be Hiding Assets
In a divorce, both spouses are required to disclose their financial information. Nonetheless, parties do not always abide by the law, due to greed, animosity or plain oversight.
The following may be indicators that your spouse is not meeting his or her financial disclosure obligations in a divorce:
- An unexplained drop in income
- Having several bank accounts for no apparent reason
- Expressing urgency in getting you to sign divorce papers
- The value of assets seems lower than you think it should be
- Personal expenses exceed claimed income without any corresponding debt
We aggressively pursue the facts, scrutinizing tax returns, receipts, spending habits and other information to accurately assess income and assets. Our thorough, proactive approach to property division matters is designed to protect your financial interests in divorce.
Contact Our Law Offices
If you are going through a divorce in California, and you suspect your spouse may be hiding assets, it is important to consult with an experienced divorce attorney as soon as possible.
At Rombro & Manley LLP, we have extensive experience uncovering hidden assets in divorce. We work with private investigators, forensic accountants and other experts who help us identify and value assets hidden in bank accounts, investment plans, real estate holdings, businesses and other properties.
Contact our law firm at 310-545-1900 to arrange a confidential consultation with a knowledgeable divorce lawyer serving Manhattan Beach and surrounding South Bay communities.