Setting Aside Default Divorce

Setting Aside Default Divorce

January 5, 2016

Divorce proceedings begin when the plaintiff files a complaint for divorce in the family law court where the defendant, resides.  If there are minor children, the spouse who files the complaint lists all of their names and addresses, usually requests custody, and child support amounts. Whether there are children or not, the complaint also includes a list…
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Signs of Fraud and Hidden Assets in Divorce (Pt. 3)

November 30, 2014

Wrapping up our three-part blog series Signs of Fraud and Hidden Assets in Divorce, below are some final common signs that a soon-to-be-ex may be trying to conceal some of your marital assets in your divorce. While the first two parts of this blog series focused on pointing out signs related to how your future…
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Signs of Fraud and Hidden Assets in Divorce (Pt. 2)

November 28, 2014

Resuming Signs of Fraud and Hidden Assets in Divorce (Pt. 1), below, we will continue to point out some of the specific behaviors that may indicate that a future ex is hiding assets in your divorce. As pointed out in the first part of this blog, for the simplicity of this discussion, we’ve assumed that…
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Signs of Fraud and Hidden Assets in Divorce (Pt. 1)

November 24, 2014

The contentious nature of some divorce cases can make it tempting for divorcing partners to try to conceal marital assets either to get back at a partner or to simply try to keep more of the marital assets for him or herself. Sometimes, the person going through the divorce or his or her divorce attorney…
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