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How to Divorce When Your Spouse is Hiding Assets

When you marry a person, you’d like to think that your bond is forged on honesty and integrity. Unfortunately, divorce can bring out the very worst in some people. If you are going through a divorce and you suspect that your spouse is hiding assets that should be divided and split among you, you may […]

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Attorney Spotlight: Shirin Asgari, ESQ.

Practicing law was always a natural path for Shirin Asgari, ESQ; however, family law was never part of the plan. When she began law school at the University of San Diego, she ruled out criminal and family law as an option. An internship at a domestic violence clinic ignited her passion for helping those in […]

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Digital Divorce: How to File for a Divorce Online

Note: There may be topics in this article unrelated to the State of California. La Jolla, CA – The evolution of internet has simplified things for all of us, in so many ways. Now, you can also file for a divorce online. If you are a busy professional, you can have all the divorce paperwork […]

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How a Forensic Accountant Can Help During a Divorce

In a divorce situation, one of the main things a forensic accountant will do is review both business and personal documentation that can reveal financial information regarding a spouse. Following are some additional ways in which a forensic accountant can be used in a divorce. Source Search for hidden assets and income, including probing for […]

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How Do You Uncover Hidden Assets During Your Divorce?

San Diego, CA – A major objective of any divorce is to divide assets and debts between the two parties. Both spouses must then be forthcoming when it comes to disclosing the assets that are to be divided. This becomes problematic when one spouse isn’t quite as honest as the other. If you suspect that […]

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The Danger of Property Settlement Agreements Made in Contemplation of Divorce

Marital Settlement Agreements Normally Require Full Disclosure of Assets The divorce process in California requires that both parties exchange statements signed under penalty of perjury which set forth the marital property subject to division. These documents are commonly referred to as Preliminary Declarations of Disclosure or “PDOD’s.” In fact, a divorce case cannot and will […]

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How a House is Going to Be Divided in a Divorce?

The easiest way to divide assets in a divorce is to split them in half. Wife gets half the money in the bank and Husband gets the other half. Wife gets her car and Husband gets his. When it comes to the house things can get a little complex. Obviously a house cannot be split […]

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