Uncovering Hidden Assets in Divorce

In a perfect world, both parties in a divorce situation with substantial assets would be completely transparent and forthcoming about their wealth. However, more often than not this is unfortunately not the case. Even if you are not suspicious at this time regarding your spouse's assets, you should at least make a full legal inquiry in order to compel full disclosure of any hidden income, benefits, money, business or other property your spouse may have. This will insure that you receive everything the law provides for you in a divorce.

At the Law Offices of Leonard A. Weitzman, LLC, as a New Jersey divorce lawyer with nearly 30 years of experience, I work closely with forensic accountants and other experts in order to help my high-net-worth clients uncover hidden assets. If fraud or deception is present, discovery tools must be utilized intelligently and effectively in order to make a division of marital assets fair and equitable.

To begin uncovering hidden assets and exposing fraud, contact me online or call (908) 458-9098. I am happy to meet with you at my office in Bridgewater.

The Right Tools and Experts at Your Disposal

Part of an effective divorce attorney's job and responsibility is to seek all property and assets. I have worked with expert forensic accountants who can help find and accurately valuate any hidden assets. For the most part, money leaves a paper trail. I have been very successful obtaining bank records and other financial documents by use of a subpoena for a client that he or she may have never seen before. Once a spouse is faced with the possibility of sanctions and charges of perjury they often become more forthcoming and such assets can then be fairly divided.

Hidden assets may include:

Contact an Experienced Somerset County Divorce Attorney

If you are suspicious or even unsure about the accuracy of your spouse's assets,contact me, Leonard Weitzman, today. Call (908) 458-9098 to schedule a consultation at my office in Bridgewater.