Recent Marital Settlements Overturned Due to Investigator Locating Hidden Assets

Albuquerque, NM (PressExposure) December 18, 2009 -- Women who are planning a divorce should find hidden assets prior to hiring an attorney and filing the petition. Several recent marital settlement agreements have been overturned by District Court Judges based on improper disclosure of assets by one party. Divorces are expensive but a bad divorce can torment the former spouses for a lifetime. New Mexico District Courts want a fair an equitable distribution of assets according to state law. Robb Hamic is a licensed Private Investigator and asset location specialist. He has listed some information to help women sort out the details so they can prevail in a marital settlement agreement.

I find hidden assets in a pre-divorce or divorce.

The "Community Property" acquired by either or both spouses during the marriage, which is not separate property, is divisible upon the termination of the marriage. (New Mexico Statutes - Article 4 - Sections: 40-3-8, 40-4-7). Child support is covered under New Mexico Statutes - Article 4 - Sections: 27-2-27, 40-4-7, 40-4-11. "I am shocked at how many men try to hide assets from their wives. Many men have elaborate schemes set up to conceal money, investments, 401K assets, land or houses and income," says Robb Hamic, President of [] Summit Security & Investigation. "Men often use confusion, threats and intimidation to force their spouses to sign off on a divorce that isn't fair," he says. Many of Mr. Hamic's clients contact him prior to hiring an attorney so that they can document hidden assets, income, activity, abuse, children issues and to find answers to their questions. "Divorces can be confusing and I appreciate the opportunity to share my knowledge with my clients so that they can clarify any misconceptions," says Mr. Hamic.

New Mexico is considered a "Community Property" state. Community property is defined as all property and debt that was acquired from the date of marriage until legal separation (New Mexico Statutes - Article 4 - Sections: 40-4-7) or divorce. The community assets will be split equally by the District Court if the spouses are unable to reach an agreement. Many spouses are not fully aware of the financial affairs of the other party. Many people are concerned that money is missing, values are incorrect or that other assets were acquired during the marriage either in the name of the spouse,relative or a company. Robb Hamic is an investigation professional with ten years of private experience prior to being a Bernalillo County Sheriff's Detective, specializing in White-Collar crime. Robb has been hired by many high-profile attorneys in New Mexico and Nevada for pre-divorce asset searches and investigative documentation. Mr. Hamic works directly with clients to uncover the truth and acts as an advocate for their safety. Mr. Hamic combines a blend of investigative services, personal protection, anti-stalking, self-defense training and counter-surveillance methods to meet his client's needs. "The personal protection aspect of my business has grown with every new case, it seems. I give women empowerment through self defense and awareness through self-defense, awareness training, weapons sales and personal bodyguard services," adds Hamic.

Robb Hamic typically works for medium to high net-worth individuals dealing in property settlements of at least $500,000. His fees are hourly based plus expenses and he works from a retainer agreement with his clients. Contact Mr. Hamic on his cellular phone for a confidential evaluation.

Contact: Robb Hamic Summit self-defense PO Box 8287 Albuquerque, NM 87198 505-255-7233

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Women who are planning a divorce should find hidden assets prior to hiring an attorney and filing the petition

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Press Release Submitted On: December 18, 2009 at 2:46 am
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