Tag: Economic Abuse

Signs that your Spouse is Hiding Assets

Signs that your Spouse is Hiding Assets

Hiding assets to avoid sharing fairly during divorce is an unethical and illegal practice, commonly found all over the world. Your assets may include your marital home (primary residence), holiday property, investments, bank accounts, savings, shares, retirement funds, pension plans, cash value on life insurance, a professional practice, a business and much more. Instead of […]

12th November 2015 | By More
Annual Value of Stay at Home Parents

Annual Value of Stay at Home Parents

How many times have you been asked: “What do you do all day?” If we quantify the monetary value of the contribution made by a stay-at-home parent, it often far outweighs the contribution that same parent could make by earning an average income. It could cost much more to pay someone else to fulfill all […]

3rd November 2015 | By More
Economic Abuse

Economic Abuse

Definition: When one intimate partner has control over the other partner’s access to economic resources, diminishing the victim’s capacity to support him/herself and forces him/her to depend on the perpetrator financially. Control of someone’s present or future earning potential. Economic abuse is often used as a controlling mechanism as part of a larger pattern of […]

25th March 2015 | By More