Hidden Assets / Marital Fraud Attorney
Ventura Hidden Assets Lawyer
Full financial disclosure is an absolute, non-negotiable obligation in any California divorce. If you believe your divorcing spouse – or a biological parent required to pay child support – is hiding assets or income, it is essential to work with an divorce attorney determined to expose the truth and win a just result.
The hidden assets attorneys at Hartley Lamas Et Al have dealt successfully with many financially complex disputes, including breaches of fiduciary duty and acts of marital fraud by high-net-worth individuals. It is disturbingly common for business owners, self-employed consultants, executives with offshore accounts, and others to deceive their partners in the effort to minimize child and spousal support obligations and keep an unfair share of property for themselves.
Favorable Property Division Outcomes
Although we help clients settle the vast majority of divorce cases out of court, our legal team takes an extremely aggressive approach to acts of deception. At Hartley Lamas Et Al, we adamantly believe in meeting an aggressor with all firepower and maneuvers at her disposal. We will:
- Thoroughly investigate your suspicions that money or property is being concealed, calling upon forensic accountants, business valuation experts and other qualified professional resources
- Spare no effort in bringing forth evidence that compels the opposition to negotiate in good faith or face a devastating outcome at trial
- Target the most favorable outcome possible for you – including full forfeiture, rather than a 50-50 split, of assets not disclosed
At Hartley Lamas Et Al, we pursue justice with integrity and observe Christian principles like those expressed in Psalm 7:15-16: “He who digs a hole and scoops it out falls into the pit he has made. The trouble he causes recoils on himself; his violence comes down on his head.”
Contact a Divorce Attorney
Proven Ventura hidden assets lawyers Carla Hartley’s experience extends across the spectrum of strategic negotiations, trial litigation and post-judgment actions to set aside orders entered based on false financial information. Many satisfied clients and peer attorneys recognize our firm’s strengths in these areas and refer people facing complex challenges to us.
To schedule an initial consultation focused on your concerns about marital property division, spousal support/alimony, child support and other important issues, contact our responsive, accomplished Southern California family law firm today.