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Why Do I Have To Provide My Financial Information During Discovery?

In a contested divorce, discovery is the phase where both parties learn the intimate details of the other’s finances, assets, and liabilities.

But if you’re not the higher earning spouse, you may be wondering why you have to waste your time with all the paperwork.

In short, you have to because your spouse has to, and if you’re not the breadwinner in the marriage, you definitely want to see your spouse’s financial information so you can make informed decisions about how to structure your final settlement negotiations.

The attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino know how to use financial records to unearth hidden assets and money.

We have made a huge difference in settlement amounts for many of our clients by finding evidence of assets that dramatically changed the spouse’s net worth.

Don’t go through discovery without experienced help.

Call us today at 718-725-9601 and learn how we can help you get everything you’re entitled to in a divorce.

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