Hidden Assets

When marital property is divided in divorce, the most crucial issue is making sure that all property is accounted for and properly classified as separate or marital property. In a high-asset divorce, hidden assets can make a substantial difference in the financial situations of each party after the divorce.

In many high-asset divorce cases, parties become concerned that there are hidden assets. While this rarely turns out to be a relevant issue, it can have a tremendous impact on a case when hidden assets are found. The guilty party loses credibility with the court, which can impact other aspects of the divorce beyond asset division, such as child custody and alimony.

Experienced Attorneys And Trusted Experts

At de Beer & Associates, we are a Minnesota family law firm with the experience and resources to uncover hidden assets and handle the valuation and division of complex assets in divorce. Combining her business background and more than 20 years of legal experience, Linda S.S. de Beer focuses on ensuring that all assets are located, correctly categorized, inventoried and fairly divided.

Uncovering hidden assets and then properly inventorying and dividing them often involve assistance from experts. Our attorneys routinely work with forensic accountants, appraisers and financial experts.

Beyond hidden assets, we are skilled at handling all issues involved in high-asset divorce, such as:

Twin Cities Lawyers For High-Asset Divorce And Hidden Assets

Whether you are concerned with the possibility of hidden assets or just want to make sure that your rights and privacy are protected during your divorce, contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation. We represent clients throughout the metro area, including St. Paul and Woodbury.