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Is your spouse hiding assets during your divorce?

Getting divorced can bring out the worst in many people. It's an emotional time, full of internal turmoil. In some cases, this can result in bad behavior and questionable choices. If your former spouse feels spurned or angry, he or she may try to hide some assets from the courts in an attempt to create an unfair division of assets.

Does your inheritance count as marital property?

If you are thinking about divorce, you may be worried about how splitting from your husband will affect the property you acquired both before and during the marriage. You may be particularly concerned about a large inheritance you received when your parents passed away. Will your husband be entitled to any part of the money or real estate your parents left you?

Divorcing with a ranch in the family

Divorce can take a complicated turn for those who own a significant amount of real estate, especially if it is a ranch or other large tract of land with significant value. Here in the West, many families own hundreds of acres of land stretching out across America's majestic middle, and when divorce comes knocking, it's not as simple to divide up this type of asset as it might be to decide who keeps the family work truck.

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