Uncovering Hidden Assets in Rhode Island
Using a Collaborative Approach to Your Complex Divorce
Throughout the divorce process, it is essential to properly value all of your marital assets so you can protect your interests in the future. If you believe that your spouse is hiding assets, the Rhode Island divorce attorneys at McIntyre Tate LLP can assist you. We have more than 150 years of combined experience representing clients in divorce and handling complex issues including hidden assets.
How Is Marital Property Divided in Divorce?
In Rhode Island, marital property is divided equitably during divorce. In order to have a fair and equitable distribution, you need to feel confident that your spouse has also accurately valued all assets and debts. This is not always easy if you suspect that your spouse is trying to hide assets to avoid paying you, or you have complex assets that are difficult to value.
At our firm, we have the experience, knowledge, and resources to find hidden assets and value all types of complex assets. Our team is not afraid to go the extra mile to thoroughly investigate your spouse's financial history, transactions, and accounts in order to determine if assets are being hidden during your divorce. We often work with forensic accountants, business valuation specialists, appraisers, and other financial experts to find and value complex assets.
- This includes the following assets:
- Business interests in a closely held corporation, LLC, or partnership
- Income if your spouse is an independent contractor
- Bonuses and stock options
- Hidden accounts, real estate and investments
- Antiques and collectibles
To speak with a caring Rhode Island divorce attorney about uncovering hidden assets, contact our firm at (401) 283-1645. From our office in Providence, we represent clients statewide in all types of divorce and family law matters.