Category: Complex Financial Issues

Chasing Divorce Assets, Part 1

Tracing Hidden Assets and Income

  This four-part blog series addresses the sourcing of money and property in divorce proceedings to discover hidden assets and income, distinguish separate property from marital property and enforce or attack prenuptial agreements. Tracing Hidden Assets and Income Initially, asset tracing depends upon the voluntary disclosure of information from each spouse. If spouses suspect that money and property have been diverted from the assets disclosed in financial affidavits and discovery […]

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What If My Divorcing Spouse Handles the Finances?

May 25, 2020 | Attorney Videos, Blog, Complex Financial Issues, Divorce

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Joseph R. Williams, Pittsburgh divorce attorney a partner at our family law firm,¬†discusses possible financial tactics of affluent spouses during the divorce proceedings. Joe joined Pollock Begg as a law clerk in 2008, was promoted to associate in 2009 after being admitted to the bar, and joined the leadership ranks as partner in 2014. His rapid climb has not gone unnoticed by his colleagues and peers. Williams has been named […]

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How Do I Determine Our Joint Versus Separate Assets?

Pittsburgh divorce attorney Daniel H. Glasser¬†discusses marital assets and shares tips on how to keep items out of the marital pot. There are exceptions. Make sure you are prepared and have a qualified team of family lawyers who can work closely with experts and financial professionals to determine you get an appropriate division. Contact our family law firm to discuss your financial situation. To read more about Pollock Begg founding […]

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Separation and Divorce: Where Do I Start?

August 31, 2018 | Blog, Child Custody, Complex Financial Issues, Divorce

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When contemplating separation and divorce, a multitude of questions converge. The task at hand seems impossibly large. Here is a method of arranging the steps to ease the stress of starting your divorce. Collect and preserve information. Copy one year of statements for all accounts, including mortgage, credit cards, loans, bank/investment accounts, retirement and life insurance.¬† Copy three to five historical tax returns with all attachments. Review cash reserves. Familiarize […]

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