How Can You Prevent Financial Infidelity?

How can you prevent financial infidelity, the hiding of assets or debts in a marriage? Unfortunately, the reality is you probably can’t. However, if you decide to stay in the marriage after discovering a financial infidelity, I strongly recommend a postnuptial agreement that will determine who’s going to be responsible for which debt and who receives which asset in the event of a divorce, or even for a state planning. If you believe your spouse has committed financial infidelity, it is important to receive the proper legal advice to understand if you’re going to be responsible to the creditors or to help you find those hidden assets. Contact the Atlanta Divorce Law Group today so we can help you plan for your financial future in or outside of the marriage.

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