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Thanks for answering my question in the past.I am in a bitter

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Thanks for answering my question in the past.I am in a bitter and contested divorce in my state of Texas that has lasted 10 months.We tried mediation without success because my wife wants every bit of me.I have a business-pharmacy and now the other attorney is requesting an appraisal and the judge ruled that i pay 25% of the cost.I am really worried because i worked hard for this business.
How do i prepare for this.Is there a way out of this.What should be my main concern as they dig through eveything.Thanks for you expected response
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  GeorgetownLawyr replied 5 years ago.
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Did you understate income or conceal anything on your financial affidavits that will turn up when they go through the business books??
Customer: replied 5 years ago.

I may not have disclosed every financial detail.

Expert:  GeorgetownLawyr replied 5 years ago.
Ok, thanks. That should be your main concern that they discover financial details you have not provided. Is there anyway for you to stop this? no. It's a part of the discovery process in the divorce. I take that back, one way to stop it would be to give her what she wants to settle the case so that they do not go through your business with a fine tooth comb. IF you do not want to settle then this is the process you will endure. Those are the options in a divorce situation I'm afraid. I hope this clarifies.

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