This loss of trust can result in the use of forensic accounting and other resources to get to the bottom of the other’s spouses finances. This is especially true if a spouse suspects that the other may be hiding assets or income. In other situations, CPAs, forensic accountants and other experts can be important for identifying our client’s exclusive right to separate, non-marital property.
Allegations of Hidden Assets or Dispute Over Separate/Marital Property Can Be an Important Issue
Our law firm can help with high net worth divorce, including representation of business owners and their spouses, as well as others with high net worth and ability to hide income.
Forensic accountants can help with:
- Identifying income from a closely held business or professional practice to see if any of it has been concealed or transfered elsewhere.
- Determining if assets have been squandered, encumbered, concealed or hidden in anticipation of divorce proceedings.
- Helping trace funds owned prior to the marriage to determine if it is separate property and, therefore, belonging to one spouse alone.
Knowledge With Use Forensic Accounting In Divorce
Our lawyers are able to get to the bottom of a deceptive spouse’s financial affairs and help obtain a just marital property division, as well as fair spousal support and child support in contested divorce matters.
High Asset Divorce Lawyers Utilizing Forensic Accountants in Missouri, Illinois, Kansas and Oklahoma
If you believe your husband or wife is not providing a full and fair disclosure, Stange Law Firm, PC can help. You can contact us online or at 855-805-0595. We have locations in St. Louis, Kansas City, Columbia, Springfield, Wichita, Tulsa and beyond in the Midwest.