Spouses are informed at the onset of their divorce that they must disclose all assets and income. Despite this duty, however, it is not uncommon for spouses to hide assets from one another in hopes of keeping the property for themselves. At Lois Kulinsky & Associates, Ltd., our divorce lawyers know what it takes to uncover these hidden assets so our clients receive their fair share of their marital property.
Please contact our law office online today to schedule your free, half-hour initial consultation. You may also call our firm directly at 847-459-4448 (Wheeling office),(Buffalo Grove Office) or 847-281-0200 (Libertyville office) to discuss your situation and to learn more about our services. We focus on serving Chicago's north and northwest suburbs, but we take cases across greater Chicago.
Discovering Hidden Assets and Unreported Income in Illinois Divorce Cases
Our law firm has witnessed many creative ways that spouses attempt to hide assets from one another during our more than 45 years of combined experience. Examples include giving "gifts" to family members or friends, paying down phony debts, transferring large sums into a trust account and delaying bonuses/raises until after the divorce is final. Of course, there are many other ways to hide assets, and we will work hard to protect your rights and uncover any marital property that is not immediately apparent.
Some of the most common assets that husbands and wives attempt to hide include:
- Cash, including converting it into collectibles or other expensive property
- Mutual funds
- Insurance policies with cash value
- Savings bonds
The law firm of Lois Kulinsky & Associates, Ltd., utilizes investigators and other experts to uncover these hidden assets and to shed light on your spouse's deceptive tactics. We will keep you informed on any new discoveries and will continue our search until we are confident all divisible property has been uncovered.
Contact Us Right Away if You Suspect Your Spouse Is Hiding Assets
Contact us online today to schedule your free, half-hour initial consultation with one of our highly skilled divorce attorneys. Credit cards are accepted, and installment plans are available.