If you and your high-asset spouse are embroiled in a Connecticut divorce, you may worry or even suspect that (s)he is hiding assets so as to slant the property settlement in his or her favor. Hiding assets is nothing new for spiteful and/or greedy spouses who wish to keep their partner in the dark about their true financial picture. What has changed with the advent of technology, however, is the way in which many of these spouses go about doing it.
Divorce is a difficult and emotionally charged time, made even more complicated and stressful when the couple going through the divorce has a high net worth. With financial futures at stake, decisions made during the divorce process are absolutely critical.
College financial aid applications can be confusing for both you and your children. Even some that may seem relatively easy, such as the FAFSA, are full of nuances you and your child may not have considered.