Omitted or Hidden Assets

Finding and Dealing with Hidden or Omitted Assets post-Divorce

Many times not all of the assets are listed in the Decree of Divorce.  Depending upon how the Decree is written, those omitted or hidden assets may be divided years after the divorce.

Sometimes the calculations just don't add upThe Nevada Supreme Court has concluded that assets not mentioned in the Decree may continue to be held by the parties as tenants in common.

Those omitted or hidden assets such as bank accounts, real estate or pensions can be quite valuable.

Page Law Office has years of experience in getting omitted or hidden assets divided.  Contact the Page Law Office and see if your case has omitted or hidden assets that should have been divided in the Decree of Divorce.