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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 […]

Private Investigators: Detecting Hidden Assets By Following A Money Trail

When vast sums of money are hidden in a bank account there is usually an electronic trace or other kind of money trail.  A skilled investigator may help detect the money trail, as suggested by my 2010 post Secreting Assets Without A Border Trace.  The post quoted “Roger” a former foreign intelligence officer who was…

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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 […]

Private Investigators, Attorneys & Clients Facing Prosecution Over Investigations

This is the 3rd post in my private investigator series discussing what private investigators can and cannot do legally when searching for assets.  My January 6th post mentions that on behalf of clients, former attorney Mary Nolan and her private investigator conspired to place illegal wiretaps in cars.  Their clients were reportedly never accused of…

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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 […]

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