The Davies Law Firm, P.A. | Robert F. Davies, Esq.
You go find them, and then use that against him. Judges really, REALLY dont like people who lie to them in court or on documents. I can help you with this. Give me a call, make an appointment to come see me, and let's get moving on this for you. No charge for the telephone call and no charge for the first office visit.
Answer Applies to: New Jersey
Beaulier Law Office | Maury Beaulier
As part of the divorce process, your attorney may perform discovery. this allows the attorney to seek information which may allow them to locate property that is not voluntarily disclosed. For that reason, you must hire experienced legal counsel.
Answer Applies to: Minnesota
Edwin Fahlen Attorney at Law | Edwin Fahlen
When a spouse is hiding assets you need to move quickly to preserve the evidence. This is done through the formal and informal discovery procedures available. Waiting is the worst possible tactic. There are many ways to catch a thief, and I can help you discover the hidden assets. When you are dealing with fragile economic issues, competent legal representation should always be sought, as the subject matter of the litigation is so very important. One mistake here could cause the biggest adverse consequence of your life.
Answer Applies to: California
Reza Athari & Associates, PLLC | Seth L. Reszko
If you can afford it, I would hire an investigator. If you are familiar with the property that he might be hiding, you should immediately file a restraining order with the Family Court to protect the assets. I would also retain the services of an attorney.
Answer Applies to: Nevada
Law Office Of Jody A. Miller | Jody A. Miller
Hiding assets can be a difficult problem. You can use certain discovery techniques to try to force disclosure - interrogatories, request to produce documents, third party request to produce documents, and depositions. The difficulty can also depend on the type of asset that is being hidden. Seek the advice of the attorney representing you (and you should have an attorney to represent you) as to how best to try to deal with this issue in your specific case.
Answer Applies to: Georgia
Law Office of Jennifer L. Marshall, LLC. | Jennifer L. Marshall, Esq.
If he is hiding assets while the divorce is going on you need to file a pendente lite motion (this is a motion pending the final divorce) and ask the court to order him to stop hiding assets. You could be entitled to the assets through equitable distribution, so you must protect them. If you are being represented your attorney should file the motion on your behalf. If you are representing yourself and are not comfortable with filing a motion, seek counsel.
Answer Applies to: New Jersey
Odin, Feldman & Pittleman, P.C. | Richard A. Gray
If you haven't already done so, and it sounds from your question that you haven't, you (ir your attorney if you have one) need to propound discovery that he will answer under oath as to all assets, liabilities, income and expenses. You can also take his deposition and ask him about the suspect "hidden" assets.
Answer Applies to: Virginia
Law Office of Michael W. Bugni | Jay W. Neff
It means that you're probably going to have to hire an attorney. Trying to find hidden assets can be difficult, depending on how good a job your spouse does of hiding them. Even with an attorney, you may not always be successful. Without an attorney, you probably won't be successful.
Answer Applies to: Washington