Finding Hidden Assets in A Divorce

If you suspect your spouse is hiding assets during the divorce process, you need an experienced, skilled attorney to represent your interests. Terry L. Hart, Attorney at Law, helps individuals in Houston, Katy, Sugar Land and the surrounding areas uncover and value their spouses’ hidden assets to ensure they get a fair share of marital property.

Forensic Accounting to Help You Locate Assets

In Texas, couples are required to disclose all their assets during divorce proceedings. When spouses attempt to avoid a fair property division by hiding, or refusing to reveal, certain investments, income-producing properties or bank accounts, they may face legal sanctions.

Common methods used to hide assets include:

  • Hiding income and properties in corporations
  • Using overseas bank accounts
  • Transferring money or properties to third parties
  • Failing to disclose bank accounts, retirement accounts and investment assets

Through discovery, Attorney Terry Hart thoroughly analyzes his clients’ and their spouses’ property and financial holdings. When necessary, Mr. Hart would employ private investigators and forensic accountants to locate and identify hidden assets. Once Mr. Hart has identified the marital property, he works to place accurate values on each property to ensure a fair and equitable division for his clients.

Leave Your Marriage with The Assets to Which You Are Entitled

Attorney Terry L. Hart is an experienced and aggressive litigator; his goal is to resolve his clients’ legal disputes in the most efficient and effective manner possible.

When negotiation does not provide a client with a fair division of marital assets, or Mr. Hart suspects his client’s spouse of hiding marital assets, he will take all reasonable measures to discovery the marital property and to protect his clients’ property rights in court.

Find hidden assets during divorce. Contact Terry L. Hart, an experienced Houston, Texas, lawyer at 713-581-1773 or 877-576-7390. Se habla Español. Ici on parle Français.