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Missouri Marital Fraud Attorneys

Striving for Fair Division of Property

People will do a lot of sneaky things to hide assets and try to come out on top financially in a divorce. At the Roberts Law Firm, P.C., we have more than 25 years of experience on our side. We know how to detect hidden assets and other forms of marital fraud. You can be confident in our ability to help you get a fair division of property.

To discuss your case with a St. Louis hidden assets lawyer, call us at 636-530-9199 or send us an e-mail.

How We Find Hidden Assets

Finding hidden assets comes down to financial forensics and detective work. Our lawyers will look at all of the relevant documents. Tax returns are a common place for us to start. If we see ten years worth of dividends stop the year the divorce is filed, we know there’s a problem.

However, attempts to hide assets are not always quite so obvious. People may try to hide assets in their business. They may try schemes involving multiple accounts or giving property to other family members. They may withdraw cash slowly and actually hide it somewhere. We are committed to finding hidden assets so you can get your fair share in the divorce.

Other Forms of Marital Fraud

Hiding assets is not the only thing that people do to try to come out on top financially in a divorce. Names may be forged on loans. Deductions can be over-withheld in hopes that they roll into next tax year. Debts may be paid down that benefit one spouse but not the other. We have seen many sneaky tricks. Not all of these tricks are marital fraud in the true sense of the term, but they are wrong and they can be stopped. We can stop them.

Contact Us About Finding Hidden Assets

We are prepared to use our more than 25 years of experience to benefit you. Send us an e-mail or call us at 636-530-9199.

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