Is Your Spouse Hiding Assets?

Many times when one party in a divorce does not fully disclose all assets, forensic accounting is required. If you are seeking a divorce and you believe your spouse is hiding assets or has off-shore accounts, the family law attorneys at the Law Offices of John Joseph Buckey, Jr. and Associates, can assist you.

Our Corona hidden assets lawyers have extensive experience in divorce cases involving hidden assets and forensic accounting. At our law firm, we understand the anxiety and stress of divorce, particularly when it comes to property division. We strive to make sure our clients receive their full and fair share of assets. We are highly-skilled trial attorneys as well as effective negotiators able to represent our clients well in settlement negotiations or in mediation.

Call us or send us an e-mail to discuss your property division and hidden assets case. Our experienced divorce attorneys will listen to your unique needs and concerns during a free initial consultation.

Highly-Skilled Forensic Accounting Services

In California, any property obtained during the marriage is known as “community property.” All community property is subject to the division of assets. When a party hides assets or fails to properly disclose all assets, there is not a fair and accurate record of all relevant community property.

Our attorneys will work closely with you to determine if your spouse is hiding assets and if so, discovering any hidden assets. Our firm utilizes the expertise of forensic accountants, CPAs, financial appraisers, art appraisers, property valuators and any other type of professional required for your case.

We generally go through the court and seek a forensic accountant ordered in what is called a “730 forensic accountant expert.” The expert is then judge ordered. The goal is to determine the location of hidden assets as well as their value.

Contact Us for Experienced Eastvale Forensic Accounting Attorneys
We provide people with effective asset division representation at a reasonable fee. One reason our fees are reasonable is that we do not add phone calls between you and us to your bill. From your initial consultation on, all calls are free.

We’re ready to protect your interests. Call us or send us an e-mail to schedule a free initial consultation.

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