As if you do not have enough to worry about during your divorce, add financial fraud to the list. Most people want to believe their spouse still has some decency and will be honest and fair in revealing all of their assets or keeping the assets safe. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. People often realize after the fact, that the other spouse committed financial fraud during the divorce process.
Financial fraud can happen many ways, including, hiding assets from being discovered, or dissipating assets by recklessly spending the asset away. A skilled attorney will be able to investigate and find any assets your spouse is hiding, or obtain reimbursement for the asset your spouse dissipated.
Be sure to contact your family law attorney to protect you and your assets from financial fraud during your divorce.