45: Why You Have to Complete Your Disclosure Documents in a Divorce

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Auditing your financial estate is an arduous task. However, it is vitally important that you understand why it is necessary that you complete your financial disclosure documents.

In today’s episode, divorce coach and family law attorney Zeppy Attashian explains the possible ramifications of not fully disclosing assets as you go through the divorce process. She demonstrates that failure to be completely honest, or even unintentional negligence in this matter can result in a loss of assets or having to restart your divorce process.

Spending the time to put together a full financial audit, attaching statements, and being completely transparent will ensure that you only have to complete this process once.

Need some one-on-one guidance as you navigate your disclosure documents? Book a free 30-minute call with one of our divorce coaches here. → www.decodingdivorce.com/contact