Preliminary financial disclosure is a mandatory part of getting a divorce. It is important that, when disclosing your debts and assets, you are as honest and transparent as possible. If you or your spouse are found to have purposely omitted any pertinent information, the consequences will affect both parties. When accounting for all your assets,… Continue reading →
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