Discovering Hidden Assets in Your Divorce
You cannot get a fair property settlement in your divorce unless you have honest information about your spouse's financial status. We pride ourselves in our ability to locate hidden assets. The process of discovering hidden assets is a bit like a chess game, and it is always best to have the lawyer who is always three or four moves ahead of the other guy. At the Sugar Land law offices of the Pinak Law Firm, we know that proper planning upfront can go a long way with the location of assets and in preventing marital fraud.
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If you are concerned about hidden assets in your divorce settlement, you want to get to work as early as possible. The longer you wait, the more time you give your spouse to hide or dispose of assets. We have developed procedures for locating these assets that we share only with our clients.
In Texas, if you are able to demonstrate in court that your spouse intentionally hid assets, you may be eligible to receive a larger share of the community property and your spouse may be subject to jail time for his intent to deceive you.
We encourage our clients to obtain as much information as they can on their own, because this will save on the cost of hiring forensic accountants and investigators. We can guide you through the process so you know what to look for and where to look. With extensive work handling complex financial situations including business valuation analysis, we can help you uncover the hidden property.
The information you need is out there, so do not let marital fraud prevent you from getting a fair property settlement. Located off Sugar Creek Boulevard and the Southwest Freeway, our Sugar Land offices offer evening and weekend hours in addition to our weekly business hours. Call us at 281-201-0188 or contact us on-line today for a free initial consultation.