You will want to consult with a local divorce attorney to advise you to ensure you get everything (property, assets, etc.) that you deserve.
If you are savvy with the civil procedure codes, then conducting the right "discovery" will uncover his assets. If you aren't savvy about how to do "discovery" then you need to contact an attorney to help you.
There are many tools and mechanisms available to uncover hidden assets. You need to retain a competent experienced family law lawyer who can advocate for you. Records can be requested directly from your ex. If he does not cooperate he can be brought in to court and the court will order him to cooperate and sanction him. In addition your attorney will have the subpoena powers of the court and can directly obtain copies of financial records and documents from whomever he does business with including his employer and any various institutions, stock accounts, etc.
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