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Review Credit Card Statements

Review Credit Card Statements

One common way to hide money is to overpay a credit card. The goal is to create a situation in which a refund or credit will be issued after the divorce is finalized, making the refund your spouse’s property. Remember to check your spouse’s credit card...

Timbs v. Indiana, 586 US _____ (2019)

Timbs v. Indiana, 586 US _____ (2019)

The Supreme Court recently issued a decision in Timbs v. Indiana, a forfeiture case and held that the Eighth Amendment’s Excessive Fine Clause applies to state forfeitures.  In 2015, Tyson Timbs plead guilty in the State of Indiana to dealing in a...

Where to Find Hidden Assets During a Divorce

Where to Find Hidden Assets During a Divorce

Unfortunately, many spouses attempt to hide assets when they anticipate a divorce proceeding. Finding hidden assets can be a difficult process that requires comprehensive discovery. The cost of a forensic accountant is often well worth it to insure that...

Third Party Fraud in a Divorce Action

Third Party Fraud in a Divorce Action

Although most divorce cases involve only the married parties, a third party may be added if he/she commits fraud related to the couple’s assets. For instance, a spouse may sell a business interest to a family member so that it is no longer considered a...

IRS Changes in Forfeiture Policy

IRS Changes in Forfeiture Policy

On October 17, 2014, the IRS Criminal Investigation Division, the agency involved in investigating forfeiture structuring cases, changed its policy. Its new policy states that the IRS will no longer pursue the forfeiture of funds where structuring is the...

Luis v. United States

Luis v. United States

In 2012, Sila Luis was charged with healthcare fraud. Before the trial even began, the government froze all of her assets, including $2 million of untainted funds to pay for future debt to the government related to the crime if she were to be convicted....

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600 South Adams, Suite 300
Birmingham, MI 48009
Phone: 248.799.9100
Fax: 248.799.7913

Email us:
jorin@rubinframpton.com
katherine@rubinframpton.com
joanne@rubinframpton.com
kami@rubinframpton.com

 

Family Law

Divorce

Child Custody

Child Support

Parenting Time

Spousal Support

Change of Domicile

Post-Judgement Issues

Personal Protection Orders

 

Criminal Law

Asset Forfeiture Defense

Airport Currency Seizures

Real Property Liens

Criminal Defense

Food Stamp (EBT) Termination

Criminal Restitution Mitigation

Contact Rubin Frampton

600 South Adams, Suite 300
Birmingham, MI 48009
Phone: 248.799.9100
Fax: 248.799.7913

jorin@rubinframpton.com
katherine@rubinframpton.com
joanne@rubinframpton.com
kami@rubinframpton.com

Family Law

Divorce
Child Custody
Child Support
Parenting Time
Spousal Support
Change of Domicile
Post-Judgment Issues
Personal Protection Orders

Criminal Law

Asset Forfeiture Defense
Airport Currency Seizures
Real Property Leins
Food Stamp (EBT) Termination
Criminal Restitution Mitigation

Contact Rubin Frampton

600 South Adams, Suite 300
Birmingham, MI 48009
Phone: 248.799.9100
Fax: 248.799.7913

jorin@rubinframpton.com
katherine@rubinframpton.com
joanne@rubinframpton.com
kami@rubinframpton.com

Family Law

Divorce
Child Custody
Child Support
Parenting Time
Spousal Support
Change of Domicile
Post-Judgment Issues
Personal Protection Orders

Criminal Law

Asset Forfeiture Defense
Airport Currency Seizures
Real Property Leins
Food Stamp (EBT) Termination
Criminal Restitution Mitigation