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If I Don’t Disclose A Marital Asset In My Queens Divorce, Can My Spouse Come After It Later?

Yes, if you hide assets or otherwise treat the divorce process in bad faith, your spouse may have grounds to reopen the issue later, with costly results.

Depending on various factors, your entire settlement agreement may even be found invalid, requiring a costly renegotiation that will likely end with terms much less favorable to you.

It’s never a good idea to hide assets in a divorce.

An experienced divorce attorney can help you present your financial data truthfully and fully, but in the way most likely to help you get what you want from a divorce.

You’ll have the advantage of knowing that as hard as the process may be, you won’t have to do it a second time when your former spouse realizes you hid an asset.

Call the attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino today at 718-523-1111 to speak to an experienced Queens divorce attorney for free.