Lawyer for Uncovering Hidden Assets in Plymouth County
What is a Division of Assets?
Division of assets is a meticulous, complicated procedure in its own right. When some of the assets are difficult to uncover, it increases the difficulty of the process tremendously. If you are facing property division in a high net worth divorce, Attorney Andrew H. P. Norton can help you uncover hidden assets to protect your interest and to help you get an equitable divorce settlement or judgment.
Attorney Norton has more than 20 years of experience handling complex property division and other divorce matters. He is an attorney for uncovering hidden assets in Plymouth County who represents out-of-state clients and clients throughout Massachusetts.
Clients of the firm benefit from Attorney Norton’s straightforward, aggressive approach to resolving his clients’ legal matters.
Self-Employed and Business Owners
Many hidden marital asset cases involve:
• Business owners: Business owners and professionals with their own practices are often not the best accountants or mathematicians. In some cases, it can be simple error that causes assets to remain undisclosed, and in other cases, it is intentional. Some business owners use intentionally inaccurate business appraisals to minimize their value.
• Fraudulent gifting or transfers of funds: Knowing a divorce is inevitable, it is common for people to give gifts or transfer funds or assets as quickly and as discreetly as possible to avoid allowing the other spouse to have access to these funds in the divorce settlement.
• Secret bank accounts: Some people will create a separate bank account or have a friend maintain an account. These assets need to be disclosed since they are subject to division.
The law firm of Andrew H. P. Norton works with a team of forensic accountants, private investigators and other professionals to track down assets wherever they might be hidden. The firm has the capacity to will subpoena bank records and work with these professionals to make sure assets are accurately disclosed.
Contact East Bridgewater & Easton Uncovering Hidden Assets Lawyer • Free Initial Consultations
Attorney Andrew H. P. Norton offers free initial consultations. If you believe your spouse is hiding assets in the divorce, call 508-427-5700 in Plymouth County, or contact the firm online to discuss your case with a lawyer.