Divorce Lies: Red Flags of Common Financial Untruths

This article was originally printed in the ABA Section of Family Law eNewsletter, March 2013. Experienced family lawyers are familiar with the common ways spouses attempt to commit financial fraud in divorce: hiding or undervaluing assets, overstating debts, concealing income, and inflating or fabricating expenses. All of these are done …

Finding Hidden Income and Assets In Family Law Cases

This article was originally printed in the On Balance, the magazine of the Wisconsin Institute of CPAs, March/April 2013. Divorce and child support cases often are highlighted by disputes over money. One party may be accused of artificially depressing earnings, hiding assets or manipulating the finances to lower the financial …

Finding Hidden Income in Divorce and Child Support Cases

This article was originally printed in the Family Law Review, a publication of the Family Law Section of the New York State Bar Association, Fall 2012. Family law cases often focus heavily on financial issues. Whether the parties to a case are of modest means or great wealth, both sides …