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Using Bitcoins to hide assets during a divorce

When declaring marital assets during a divorce, it is very important that all assets are declared. This includes cash, bonds, stocks, private collections such as as art, properties and more. However, some spouses choose to hide assets from their soon-to-be ex-spouses. The courts frown very heavily at such actions and if the hidden assets are found, the spouse that hid them can find his or her share of the martial assets drastically decreased in the final divorce decree.

Sunday, March 18, 2018

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