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Deshonestos divorciados: las consecuencias de mentir sobre sus activos

En California, las parejas pasando por el divorcio deben -- por ley -- divulgar verazmente todos los activos y pasivos. Esta divulgación se hace en la petición inicial de disolución de matrimonio, formulario FL-100 o en la respuesta inicial, el formulario FL-120. Estas declaraciones juradas financieras, una vez finalizadas, luego ante el Tribunal se consideran documentos judiciales oficiales. Las partes también están obligadas a servir unos a otros una declaración de revelación, que es firmado bajo pena de perjurio y debe listar todos los activos, deudas, ingresos y gastos. ¿Suena sencillo, verdad?

Dishonest divorcees: The consequences of lying about your assets

In California, couples going through divorce proceedings are required - by law - to truthfully disclose all assets and liabilities. This disclosure is done on the initial Petition for Dissolution of Marriage, Form FL-100 or the initial response, Form FL-120. These financial affidavits, once completed, are then filed with the court and are considered official court documents. Parties are also required to serve on one another a Declaration of Disclosure which is signed under penalty of perjury and should list all assets, debts, income, and expenses. Sounds straightforward, right?

There is a high price to pay for hiding assets

When two people are at the point where they want to end their marriage it is usually because there is not a lot of love left between them. The love lost can make just about every interaction painful, stressful and frustrating. To make matters worse separating spouses may not trust each other and the added suspicion makes everything that much more combative.

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