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Tactics a Wealthy Husband Could Use to Financially Hurt His Wife in a San Francisco Divorce


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8/24/2014
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It has been said that money is the root of all evil, and some who are experiencing divorce may agree that is right. The ending of a marriage can bring out the worst in people, and often, each spouse tries to hurt the other financially. This is especially true when one of the parties is wealthy. Here, a San Francisco divorce attorney discusses some of the underhanded tactics wealthy men use to try to hurt their wives financially.

Dragging Out Hearings

  • Some husbands will delay court hearings and use an excessive amount of motions and requests for evidence in order to drag out the proceedings and drive up the ex-wife’s legal fees. Additionally, doing so stretches out the time in which she is responsible for covering the costs of living expenses. Husbands often perform these actions in an attempt to make the wife run out of money and become desperate enough to agree to the his terms, which are typically unfavorable to her.

Cutting Off Money

  • Husbands often ensure they are the only people who have access to the family’s funds in order to make their wives suffer financially. They may also cut off their wives’ credit cards, move funds out of family accounts and into personal accounts, and essentially leave them without any finances to support themselves.

Your best defense against a husband who wants to ruin you financially is having a San Francisco divorce attorney who specializes in defending women in these situations. The legal team of the Law Offices of Paul H. Nathan will fight for your rights and defend you during this difficult time in your life.

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