How Your Husband Would Hide Assets During Your Divorce

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It is more common than women might think for husbands to try and conceal assets. If a husband manages to hide assets successfully, the divorce settlement is unfair, and the woman does not get what she deserves. A woman may also not receive enough child support because her husband has lied about his income.

Why do husbands do this? They use every excuse to justify such behavior, from revenge for infidelity to fear of being left with not enough money. They may feel as though they should not have to give up what they have worked so hard to earn. Hiding assets, however, not only immoral and unethical but illegal too.

As a licensed private investigator, I’m often called in to help a wife to find hidden assets or to collect information that would help in a custody battle after the divorce. Sometimes all that’s needed to win a custody battle is concrete proof that a spouse is shirking parental responsibilities.

 

Ways to hide assets

Hiding assets is easier when one spouse, often the woman, allows the other to handle all the finances and remains unaware, uninformed and uninvolved.

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John DeMarr
John DeMarr is the founder and CEO of one of the top private investigative agencies in the United States. Headquartered in Huntington Beach, California, Demarr is a recognized expert on matters of security and investigation. His firm, John Demarr PI, is affiliated with the California Association of Licensed Investigators, the World Association of Detectives, the California Association of Legal Support Professionals, and the National Association of Professional Process Services. His firm is a top choice for sensitive assignment for major companies and prominent individuals.