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Wife Defeats Abusive Husband's Attempts to Hide Income and Net Worth

Attorneys B. Robert Farzad and Matthew J. Sundly represented Wife in a divorce case involving heated custody issues and Husband trying to hide his income and net worth of the community estate.

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Our skilled divorce lawyers succeeded in obtaining permission for Wife to move out of state with the minor child and applied enough pressure on Husband through motions to compel disclosure of his financial information, penalties and sanctions for not doing so, that during Husband’s oral deposition in our office he cracked and offered reasonable payouts to Wife as and for her share of the community estate as well as spousal support and child support.

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Wife Defeats Abusive Husband's Attempts to Hide Income and Net Worth

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I came to Farzad Family Law not knowing anything about them. I had received a recommendation from a paralegal that these people were good people. You read Yelp pages and Google reviews and you as a consumer don’t really know how things will work out for you from reviews or word of mouth. I personally don’t write reviews, but for these people you need to know. Robert and Matt and their staff are superb in their field of family law.

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