Skip to main content
Paris Plato Eliades

Paris Eliades’s Answers

1 total

  • Hello, the law states that all marital assets must be acknowledged and notorized by both parties. Can a divorce judge rule on

    on marital assets without one person being able to have access to that information. One party has submitted a partial list of assets only. The other parties lawyer has not been successful in tracking down/accertaining a complete list. If one party...

    Paris’s Answer

    In some important respects your question does not provide sufficient information. The rule of law and our system of justice is premised on the notion of notice. In only the most extreme and rare circumstances, predominantly in criminal law, will one party be permitted to retain information to the exclusion of the other. I can think of no time when that would be acceptable or permitted in a divorce. The Judge however is the final arbiter of these decisions.

    See question