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Divorce & Hidden Money: Requesting Documents To Help Search For Assets Hidden Offshore

A divorcing spouse could conceivably hide the following types of assets offshore: bank accounts; business entities; trust funds; real estate; aircrafts & yachts; automobiles; fine art and other valuables.  Leads which may help reveal the existence of these offshore assets might be elicited from a divorcing spouse’s: passport(s); frequent flyer mile program statements; tax filings; phone bills; etc. […]

Divorce & Hidden Money: How To Conduct A Low-Cost Asset Search

My last 2 posts discussed asset recovery tools such as recognizing red flags & using compelled consent forms.  Assets might also be recovered as a consequence of researching public records.  This 18th post in the “Divorce & Hidden Money” series focuses on how one can perform a low-cost asset search by digging through public records/databases:¹ I.  Real Estate […]

Divorce & Hidden Money: Searching For Assets By Recognizing Red Flags

If a divorcing spouse hides marital assets there usually are red flags.  Red flags are also often found when assets have been hidden by tax fraudsters, Ponzi schemers, bankruptcy debtors, money launderers & narco-traffickers.  This 16th post in the “Divorce & Hidden Money ” series examines the red flags. Red flags indicating assets might have been […]

Divorce & Hidden Money: Collecting Evidence About Assets Concealed By A Trust

My post “Four Asset Concealment Tools” says that assets can be hidden by fraudulently transferring them to a trust.  This 15th post in the “Divorce & Hidden Money” series concentrates on the evidence a divorcing spouse might try to collect if marital assets are concealed by a trust. A spouse can use the pretrial discovery phase of a […]

Divorce & Hidden Money: Mr. Benjamin’s Divorce & His White Collar Crimes

I first published this post on December 14, 2007 and it is now the 12th post in the “Divorce & Hidden Money” series.  As shown below, a divorcing spouse’s effort to valuate marital assets occasionally raises tax fraud or other criminal law issues.  Furthermore, assets and income can be concealed by pocketing cash; using a business bank account […]

Private Investigators: A Surreptitious Search For Money Hidden In Divorce & Other Cases

This is the 2nd post in my series about private investigators & what they can & cannot do legally when searching for assets.  It is also the 10th post in my Divorce & Hidden Money series.  The Huffington Post article “Uncovering Hidden Assets In Divorce Litigation” observes that information obtained by “surreptitious means” might be used by one divorcing […]

Divorce & Hidden Money: Helga Glock’s Search For Gaston Glock’s Assets

This is the ninth post in the “Divorce & Hidden Money” series.  By failing to disclose any offshore assets, one divorcing spouse may cheat the other out of child support, alimony or other court awards.  A spouse cheated this way might however, file requests for judicial assistance, (a.k.a. requests for legal assistance, letters of request, or […]

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