During the property division phase of any Massachusetts divorce, full disclosure of assets and liabilities is critical to the fairness of the process. However, there are times when one or both parties to a divorce suspect the other spouse may be hiding assets. This is particularly true in cases of high asset divorce; in these cases significant property interests may be at stake and financial disputes may result.
Fortunately, there are several effective means for uncovering hidden assets and ensuring full disclosure in a high asset divorce. There are software programs, investigative strategies and even proper use of government websites which can reveal hidden assets. In some cases, a forensic accountant may be utilized to uncover hidden money, investments or property. These financial professionals can be a tremendous asset and can complement the efforts of a divorce attorney skilled in resolving high asset divorce cases.