Best Divorce Attorneys in Las Vegas
Marital Assets Hidden from You
In some cases we've discovered cash and other assets that were hidden by one spouse during the marriage. The best divorce attorneys in Las Vegas know that you deserve your share of all marital assets, including those assets that your spouse may be hiding from you. Despite how crafty your spouse believes they are, Las Vegas divorce attorneys, Jennifer V. Abrams
, Vincent Mayo
and Brandon Leavitt
are experts at uncovering assets that were previously hidden.
If hidden assets are suspected, a court certified forensic accountant will be engaged to examine the business and personal finances of your spouse. Forensic accountants are experts at analyzing all aspects of your spouse's finances in an effort to uncover any hidden assets. Learn more about locating assets in a Las Vegas divorce
If the following conditions exist in your case, it's possible that your spouse is hiding assets from you.
- The marriage is lengthy, and there have been years to formulate a plan to hide the assets.
- Your spouse is repeatedly dishonest.
- There has been a one-time "windfall" of income.
- There are significant and/or multiple sources of income.
Our firm employs several techniques to discover and trace any assets your spouse has been hiding from you. Some of these techniques expose hidden assets immediately; some techniques take a bit longer. Even when strongly suspected, there are some cases where hidden assets do not actually exist.
Millions of Dollars of Assets Discovered
In previous cases, we have discovered millions of dollars of assets that were hidden by one spouse during the marriage. The best divorce attorneys in Las Vegas know to include provisions in your Decree of Divorce that entitle you to your share of marital assets whether the assets are discovered before, during or after your case has concluded.
Post-Divorce Hidden Assets
It's possible that hidden assets are uncovered after your divorce has been finalized and a Decree of Divorce filed with the Clark County Family Courts. Assets uncovered after a divorce is finalized are called omitted assets. Post-divorce motions can be filed to recoup your share of any omitted assets. Learn more about divorce modifications
"My spouse surprised me with a divorce and I was afraid of what would happen. Fortunately, Attorney Mayo acted quickly to advise me and we were able to work out a resolution in a very short period of time."
- Mark K.