Hidden Assets in Divorce

Exceptional Representation from Jacksonville Divorce Lawyers

When a couple goes through a contentious divorce in Florida, one or both spouses involved may resort to reckless actions, such as hiding assets. Spouses sometimes try to hide certain assets in attempt to keep them out of the divorce agreement and out of the hands of the other spouse.

Do you suspect that your spouse is hiding assets from you during the divorce process? A Jacksonville divorce lawyer can help. I can evaluate your situation and help you determine whether or not hidden assets exist. My team at Charles E. Willmott, P.A. can guide you through the legal process and make sure that you get the fair share of assets you are entitled to within your Florida divorce.

Uncovering Your Spouse's Hidden Assets

If you believe that your spouse is concealing certain assets, I can provide you with the representation and tools needed to uncover the truth and protect your rights and interests. At Charles E. Willmott, P.A., I can thoroughly evaluate your bank accounts, tax returns, financial transactions and other important reports to find any assets that your spouse may be hiding from you. Hiding assets is not something that is taken lightly. In Florida, it is known as a reckless action in which the accused spouse my face criminal charges for fraud/perjury and may be held in contempt of court.

Do You Suspect that Your Spouse Is Concealing Assets?

As an experienced and dedicated Jacksonville divorce attorney, my goal is to guide you through your proceedings and help you determine whether or not there are hidden assets involved in your divorce. I can conduct a thorough investigation of your assets and make sure that you get your fair share of the marital property in your divorce settlement. No matter the specifics of your situation, you can call Charles E. Willmott, P.A. to get exceptional representation on your side.

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