Divorce can be a difficult and ugly process when separating couples are embittered towards each other. What can make divorce far more complicated, however, is when one party tries to tuck away certain marital assets in an effort to prevent them from being divided up during the divorce. While hiding assets in divorce can significantly increase the costs and duration of the divorce process, it can also constitute fraud and can render final divorce decrees void.

In this three-part blog series, we will reveal some of the more common red flags that a spouse may be hiding assets in divorce. If you suspect that your ex is hiding assets in divorce or if you are simply ready to move forward with the best representation in your divorce, it’s time to contact Centennial Divorce Attorney Bruce H. Rabun. He is experienced at helping people get through even the most complex divorce cases as favorably and efficiently as possible.

Red Flags Your Ex May Be Hiding Assets in Divorce

Sign 1 – Your ex stops receiving mail at home.

Here are some common signs an ex may be hiding assets in divorce. If you need any advice or help with divorce, contact trusted Centennial Divorce Attorney Bruce H. Rabun.

Here are some common signs an ex may be hiding assets in divorce. If you need any advice or help with divorce, contact trusted Centennial Divorce Attorney Bruce H. Rabun.

If you are still living in your marital home with your ex and (s)he suddenly stops receiving mail at home, this could be an indication that (s)he has something big to hide.

In particular, because various types of financial statements (e.g., bank statements, retirement account statements, insurance policy info, etc.) come in the mail, setting up a different mailing address where such mailed financial documents can be received may be a warning sign that your ex is trying to hide information about his (or her) income and other assets from you as your divorce proceeds.

Sign 2 – Your ex moves or hides important financial documents.

In all likelihood, your most important financial documents are kept in one place. For instance, things like mortgage loan documents, vehicle titles, insurance policy documents and retirement account statements likely are kept in a secure spot where you know they are safe and can access them as needed.

However, if you notice that some or all of this important financial paperwork suddenly goes missing, be suspicious. Ask your ex why and where such documents were moved. If you get strange, elusive or no responses to these inquiries, it could be an indication that your ex may be hiding assets in divorce.

To find out some more common signs of hiding assets in divorce, check out the additional installments of this blog series that will be published soon.

Centennial Divorce Lawyer at the Law Office of Bruce H. Rabun, LLC

When you are ready to file for divorce, you can trust Centennial Divorce Attorney Bruce H. Rabun to provide you with caring, aggressive representation and the highest quality legal services. For more than 30 years, Bruce H. Rabun has been dedicated to providing each of his clients with personal representation so that he can effectively guide them through life’s changes.

When you trust your case to Centennial Divorce Lawyer Bruce H. Rabun, you can be confident that he will work diligently and relentlessly to fight for your rights and help you successfully resolve your family law issues while preserving what is most important to you.

Let’s Meet to Discuss Your Case – Contact Us

The best way for you to decide whether an attorney is right for you is to meet with him face-to-face. Therefore, we welcome you to attend an initial consultation with Centennial Divorce Attorney Bruce H. Rabun to get professional advice and find out more about how he can help you.

You can schedule this meeting by calling (303) 221-7899 or by emailing our firm using the contact form on this page. From our office in Centennial, we represent people throughout the Denver metro areas, Arapahoe County, Douglas County and Jefferson County.

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