A fair and equitable division of marital property depends on both spouses listing all property obtained during the marriage.
Hidden Assets and Divorce: Tracing, Finding and Locating Assets
A fair and equitable division of marital property depends on both spouses listing all property obtained during the marriage. Georgia divorce courts deal harshly with spouses who attempt to hide assets to avoid the equitable division of property in a divorce. If you suspect a spouse of hiding assets, talk to KF Law for immediate attention to your legal needs. We can help you find hidden assets.
Finding Hidden Assets
At KF Law, we employ investigators and forensic accountants in tracing assets. We have extensive experience in business and financial issues which provide a solid foundation and the capabilities to recognize and follow the trail of hidden assets.
Tracking the Money
Excess material goods, a conspicuous lifestyle and constant out of town trips can be signs that there are undisclosed funds. We have the business savvy to track payments and find the source of funds. Generally, assets acquired during a marriage, except inheritance or gifts, belong to both spouses and need to be declared as marital property.