One of the most important strategies you need to consider is how to protect yourself from aggressive tactics in your San Diego divorce. Things may seem to be fairly amicable, but tactics change as the divorce proceeds. This is why it is so important to work with the proven Certified Family Law Specialists at Burke & Domercq.
One of the best ways to protect yourself from aggressive tactics in your divorce is thorough documentation. If you think your spouse is even considering a divorce it is important to locate and store copies of all joint and separate account statements and tax returns for the past 3 years.
Many former spouses will attempt to hide money, drain accounts, run up credit cards or use their business to shield income and assets. Forensic accounting is an effective strategy for uncovering the truth when your former spouse fails to provide a full, accurate and transparent financial disclosure at the outset of the process.
At Burke & Domercq, we work with our clients to resolve all areas of disagreement as quickly and efficiently as possible. Many issues can be resolved through effective negotiation strategies or mediation.
If your (soon to be former) spouse is delaying the payment of household bills it can often be a signal of an impending decision regarding divorce. In some cases, the threats associated with late payments, collections and the impact these can have on your credit are used as leverage to push for a settlement which is not in your best interest.
The need to protect yourself from aggressive tactics in your San Diego divorce is often based upon the frivolous actions of your former spouse and opposing counsel. They may employ delay tactics, filing endless motions or pushing the bounds of discovery to apply emotional and financial pressure.
The experienced Certified Family Law Specialists at Burke & Domercq will put a stop to these tactics and work to reduce the costly legal efforts and delays of opposing parties. Learn more about how to protect yourself from aggressive tactics in your San Diego divorce and contact us or call 760-434-3330 to schedule an appointment for a remote or socially distanced consultation with one of our experienced Certified Family Law Specialists.