St. Louis Hidden Asset Attorney
One of the more unfortunate facts of high asset divorce is that some parties will try to hide part of their wealth.
Is it unethical or possibly illegal? Yes, but that hardly stops certain individuals from trying.
Many people with significant wealth feel they have much to lose in a divorce, and so they take steps to lower their risk of exposure. For example, a doctor with his own medical practice or the owner of a family business has the ability to use those businesses to hide income and other marital assets, and because the spouse generally has a disadvantage with regard to the inner workings of the finances of the business or practice, the spouse may have no idea of the other’s real wealth.
Assets can be hidden in a variety of creative ways. At The Marks Law Firm, L.L.C., we have years of experience working with forensic experts in accounting and valuation who know exactly how to discern whether assets have been hidden and the value of those assets.
Getting Help with Hidden Assets in Divorce
As you can see from the issues to resolve, the process is not just a short set of simple, self-executing rules, but involves many complex and often difficult questions of proof. Only a skilled and experienced attorney can properly advise you as to your rights with regard to high asset divorce and protect those rights in a legal proceeding.
At The Marks Law Firm, L.L.C, we have over fifty years of combined experience handling family law matters, including hiding assets in high asset divorce. We help individuals understand their rights with regard to all issues, including high asset division. We have handled hundreds of trials before family court judges; if you choose The Marks Law Firm, L.L.C., you will have the benefit of a divorce attorney unafraid to go to court, advocate on your behalf and fully present your case.
Time to Act
Time is of the essence. As soon as you select The Marks Law Firm, L.L.C. to represent you, we will immediately put our considerable experience and resources to work on your case. The sooner we can review the necessary information, the sooner we can formulate a strategy for your unique circumstances, helping to ensure the best possible outcome.