This recent article in the Scranton Times Tribune, illustrates something that happens quite often in divorce cases. One party suspects, and then makes accusations in court, that the other party has mismanaged marital property.
A major concern of most parties going through a contested divorce is trust. Can I trust what my spouse is saying about our finances? My spouse has broken my trust by having an affair. How can I trust him or her after that?
In most cases, parties going through a divorce have not wasted, hidden, or dissipated marital assets. However, if you do not trust what your spouse has included in his or her divorce paperwork, it is a good idea to contact an expert divorce attorney to fully research your financial issues.