Far too many people play dirty to try to come out on top in their divorce case. For many, this involves shielding assets, hiding income, or otherwise taking actions to try to get a positive financial gain. For others, it can be about alienating children or doing other tactics to try to minimize time with the children and the other parent.
What’s important though is that these dirty tricks are real. They do happen. And if left unchecked they can lead to a negative outcome for the affected spouse. Much like everything else, the first step is to identify the problem. The next step is to take corrective action when the problem is recognized. In this video, we’ve identified 11 of the most common dirty tricks that we see in divorce cases.
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