Hiding assets during a divorce is fraud, and it is illegal, but it's also something that people are often tempted to do. They may already by angry that they're getting divorced in the first place. The last thing they want is to feel like their spouses took everything in the split. They'll try to keep things out of sight in many different ways.
Police in Michigan are investigating a fatal accident, trying to get to the bottom of it and find out just what caused the deadly crash. They're still waiting to get both a crash data report and a blood test.
In order to increase the chances that you will get to keep your business in a divorce, you might decide to use mediation or collaborative divorce to avoid the contentious atmosphere a Michigan courtroom often creates. Even so, that does not mean that you will not run into challenges along the way.
Co-parenting can be a challenge. Honestly, being a parent while you were still married was probably difficult in its own ways. Now that you and your spouse got divorced, things are even more complex and complicated than they were before.
Are you afraid that your spouse may try to take assets that should go to you during a divorce? Once you've decided to split up, this is probably one of the main things you're thinking about -- and perhaps the only thing, if you don't have children.