Hiding money or concealing the location or identity of personal assets is a common practice among divorce litigants. It is not unusual for a person who is considering divorce, or who are going through a divorce, to attempt to minimize the value of his liquid assets or physical property by placing the funds in another person’s name, opening accounts under alter egos, or using intermediaries to hold money or assets until the divorce case is concluded. A party may attempt to hide assets through a family business, and in some cases, may conspire with business partners or new boyfriends or girlfriends to hide the assets.
In an investigative divorce, the Law Offices of Mark S. Guralnick will conduct a forensic analysis of the assets, probing all business transactions, personal expenditures, banking behavior, credit transactions, income fluctuations, and debt repayment patterns. Every effort will be made to determine whether a party is hiding marital assets, where those assets are being concealed, and how they can be recovered.