Is Your Spouse Hiding Assets During Divorce?
The end of a marriage can be oddly, and sometimes tragically, illuminating. Many times, only during divorce can a spouse see what the other spouse has been up to financially over the years — especially when backstage maneuvers include hiding assets for a post-divorce “rainy day.”
If this scenario sounds familiar, look to the Law Offices of Andrew S. Guisbond for inspiring legal leadership during your Middlesex County divorce. Our lawyers pool proven talents, tenacity at trial and decades of experience that could translate to an outcome you can be proud of.
Protecting Your Fair Share Of Marital Assets And Property
Senior litigators Andrew S. Guisbond and Candice Labbe access high-tech services of expert investigators to unearth hidden assets during a divorce’s property division phase, looking closely into ways of concealing funds that include:
- Transferring funds into an account bearing another person’s name
- Transfer of monies from a joint account to an individual one
- Hiding assets in a shell or offshore corporation
- Hiding assets in a family trust
- Investing in savings bonds, insurance policies and cashier’s checks
- Purchasing items that hold value and yet are not liquid (collectibles, paintings, sculpture)
- Tax evasion
- Co-conspiring with an employer to delay income until a later date
- Skimming from business revenue
The one-on-one personal service we deliver is every bit as impressive as our legal knowledge, trial track record and glowing reviews from past clients. We stay accessible throughout the process to address sudden questions and spontaneous concerns.
Contact Us To Learn More About Hidden Assets
At the Law Offices of Andrew S. Guisbond, the initial consultations we offer can shed an entirely new light on the dimensions of your issues. To arrange to meet with our Massachusetts attorneys and discuss the role of hidden assets at the end of your marriage, call our law offices today at 617-380-7643 or reach us by email.