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You have probably heard of romantic infidelity, but have you ever heard of financial infidelity? Financial infidelity is when one person hides money or other assets from their spouse, and it is not uncommon. According to a report by Creditcards.com, about 15 million American adults currently have a credit card, checking account or savings account that their live-in spouse or partner does not know about. Another 9 million people admitted that they used to have a secret account but no longer do.
Financial infidelity can be stressful in any relationship, but it can become even more stressful in a divorce. Here are a few signs that your spouse may be hiding assets from you:
When you get a divorce, you will eventually have to divide community assets between you and your spouse. If your spouse has an array of assets that you are on aware of, he or she could be getting much more than his or her fair share. If you have reason to believe that your spouse is attempting to hide assets from you, you need help from a knowledgeable and aggressive DuPage County community property attorney.
At the Law Office of Martoccio & Martoccio, we understand that divorce can be stressful. We also understand how frustrating it can be when your spouse has been unfaithful to you -- whether that be romantically or financially. Contact our office today to see how we can help you uncover your spouse’s hidden assets. Call the office at 630-920-8855 to schedule a free consultation.