After many years of trying to make your marriage work, you've finally come to the conclusion that divorce is the only way out.
Nobody wants to go through a divorce, but if you find yourself in this position you shouldn't hesitate to look toward the future. In many ways, this means focusing on your finances.
One of the most common illegal activities in divorce cases is one spouse hiding assets from the other to cheat the person from receiving the full division of property deserved. Although this is usually relevant to couples in which one spouse handles all the finances, it's also possible when both are involved or even have a joint business. These are the warning signs to look for to determine if your spouse is hiding assets from you. If any apply to your situation, hire an attorney to help you locate the assets so you receive a fair and honest divorce settlement.
There are times when parents can't agree as to how much money should be paid to take care of a child or children. In this case, the court will have to step in and make a final decision.