When I was out of the country my ex-wife emptied out our joint safe deposit box and under oath testified that I was the one who did it. I was lucky because my passport shows that I was In Europe on the date that the safe deposit box was emptied and closed. Later on during a deposition after she was presented with documents from the bank with her signature on them she had no choice but to admit that she was the last person who accessed the assets in the box and closed the safe deposit box. In her Declaration of Disclosure she has under-exaggerated the value of assets in her possession (Gold). I have a list of items and pictures of some of the valuables in question. Do I need to have a gold expert testify or can I just have the pictures evaluated and have a written estimated value?
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