Divorce & Hidden Money
A divorcing spouse can hide marital assets by laundering them in a scheme to purchase real estate. This 26th post in the “Divorce & Hidden Money” series describes one way assets may be laundered through the purchase of real estate. It supplies the hypothetical situation of “Mark,” a high net worth businessman in the U.S. […]
An asset search may reveal that your spouse is hiding assets from you during your divorce. You might then be able to sue your spouse & possibly others for fraudulently concealing assets. As this 25th post in the “Divorce & Hidden Money” series shows, you may be able to sue on the ground that assets […]
Many Asset Search Blog articles emphasize the role intermediaries, (i.e. “nominees”), can have in asset concealment schemes. This 24th post in the “Divorce & Hidden Money” series reminds you that your divorcing spouse might utilize nominees to hide assets from you. During your divorce you may need to pursue an asset search in order to […]
By serving a subpoena on any lawyers who helped your spouse hide assets, you can collect legal bills sent to your spouse & other documents such as those related to real estate deals. This is the 23rd post in the “Divorce & Hidden Money” series: What can you do if your spouse employs a lawyer […]
This 22nd post in the “Divorce & Hidden Money” series says an asset search of your spouse should include inspecting your spouse’s passport: Did your spouse hide assets from you during your divorce by opening a secret offshore bank account or by placing valuables like diamonds in a safe deposit box offshore? Did your spouse secretly purchase real […]
This is my 21st post in the Divorce & Hidden Money series. It is also the 8th post in my series describing what private investigators can and cannot do legally when searching for hidden assets. My July 13th post mentioned private investigators & their clients using law enforcement databases and illegal pretext calls to search for assets….
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This post discusses when federal prosecutors might initiate a criminal prosecution against private investigators and their clients as a consequence of an illegal asset search. It is the 7th post in my series covering private investigators. If you are a divorcing spouse; heir under a will; a creditor; etc., you may hire a private investigator…
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I do not know how many witnesses Brian interviewed while he was an IRS Special Agent or when he was a high-ranking official at U.S. Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”). Nor do I know the number of informants’ tips Brian collected over the course of his federal law enforcement career. I did however, watch…
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As “A Surreptitious Search For Money Hidden In Divorce & Other Cases” explains, law enforcement databases may house confidential information about a person’s assets. Private investigators & the general public cannot lawfully access these law enforcement databases/computers. This is the 5th post in my series about what private investigators can and cannot do legally when searching for assets: NJ.com reporter…
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The instant post analyzes 2 mistakes I occasionally see divorcing spouses make when they consider whether to search for marital assets hidden from them. It is the 20th post in the “Divorce & Hidden Money” series: A One-Size-Fits-All Strategy—Spouses in high net worth divorces may rely on a one-size-fits-all strategy to detect hidden marital assets. As […]