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Are you the spouse who had hardly any insight into the finances of a family who is now going through a divorce? You may feel that your exclusion from those details puts you at a disadvantage when it comes to the process of property division. Unfortunately, financial deception in Texas divorces is common, and the spouse who handled the family's cash flow, paid bills and was familiar with financial advisers may try to conceal cash, make up fake debts and expenses, and hide investments.

The list of tricks up the sleeve of a spouse who wants to hide assets is endless, and you may find comfort knowing that a seasoned divorce attorney has likely had to deal with all the different tactics over the years. However, you might want to look out for some known telltale signs:

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