Asset and Property Search in an Arizona Divorce

Arizona Divorce: Asset and Property Search

If you are going through a divorce in Arizona, you need to be aware of the extent of the community assets, property, and debts. Not knowing the extent of the community assets can be one of the biggest mistakes a person makes when going through a divorce. Most attorneys simply rely on what you and your spouse disclose as the community assets and debts. That can be a big mistake in many Arizona divorce cases.

Why Do an Asset and Property Search in an Arizona Divorce

A properly conducted asset and property search in an Arizona divorce may uncover assets and property that your spouse intends to hide from you in an Arizona divorce. It is important for you to consider whether your Arizona divorce attorney has the resources to conduct an asset and property search in your Arizona divorce case.

An appropriately performed asset and property search in an Arizona divorce may uncover hidden cars, real estate, airplanes, and other assets, among other assets and property. We have found many situations, particularly with people who are self-employed, when the other spouse has no idea about the community debts and property. The spouse who is hiding those assets may not disclose the existence of that property or may attempt to transfer those assets to a friend to avoid having to divide the value of those assets.

How to Do an Asset and Property Search in An Arizona Divorce

Sometimes, those assets can be discovered by reviewing the Balance Sheet of the self-employed spouse. Sometimes, an onsite inspection can uncover hidden assets. However, a complete financial background search utilizing the correct tools will reveal assets held in Arizona or throughout the United States.

Hildebrand Law, PC has the tools and resources to conduct a complete and thorough asset search in Arizona divorce cases. If you are unsure whether your spouse has hidden assets and property, you should contact the Scottsdale Arizona divorce and family law attorneys today. We are here to ensure you received a fair and equitable division of your community property in your Arizona divorce case.

If you have a question about asset and property search during a divorce in Arizona, please call to speak to one of our experienced Scottsdale and Phoenix Arizona divorce attorneys at (480)305-8300.