Concealed Assets

Sometimes parties conceal assets in order to obtain an unfair advantage or result arising out of the family transition. Some examples of this conduct include:

  • Not disclosing cash revenues
  • Presenting false and/or inaccurate tax returns as true and correct
  • Holding or transferring community assets into third person’s names
  • Depleting liquid accounts
  • Removing personal property from the family home
  • International holdings

There are remedies for this conduct and ways to prove it has occurred.

There are many ways to obtain assistance through this process. There are self-help clinics, non-profit organizations, private attorneys, tax-payer based family law services, mental health professionals, mediators, arbitrators, parenting coaches, accountants, friends, family, internet resources, books, periodicals, State Bar of California resources, document preparers, school officials, and law enforcement agencies.

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