In the middle of divorce. My husband is hiding his personal expenses in his business. He eats out everyday claiming those as marketing dinners, stays in hotels, buys items at target and Walmart. I know for the fact those are not business expenses.
I have his bank statements. How do I present it to the court proving those are not business expenses.
Particularly his dining out. There can only be this many marketing dinners. He spends on dining out over $1000 on some months.
It depends on your reason for wanting to show his expenses really are wages. I suggest you consult with a family law attorney and provide more details to assist you with your specific situation.
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