Divorce Depositions: Questions about Bank Accounts, Investments & Retirement Accounts
At the Law Office of Matthew Z Martell, P.A. we will use depositions as a tool during your divorce proceeding to discover relevant and material facts, determine the strategy of your case, and search the conscience of the deponent.
During a divorce deposition, our attorneys will focus on several subjects that are important in any divorce proceeding: bank accounts, investments and retirement accountants. Below is a list of questions our attorneys will focus on for each of these subjects:
Retirement Investment and Retirement Accounts:
What specific retirement accounts do you have?
Non-Retirement Investment Accounts and Assets:
Do you have any of the following accounts and assets?
- Mutual funds?
- Treasury bonds?
Various Types of Bank Accounts:
If you have a joint account with your spouse:
- Where and when was it created?
- What was the source of the original deposit into this account?
- Which one of you made deposits into this account?
- What was the source of these deposits?
- What did you and your spouse use this account for?
- What expenses were paid out of this account?
- Who controlled the account and/or who had access to the account?
- How did you and/or your spouse pay for family expenses?
- From which account(s) were family expenses paid?
- Who was responsible for paying bills?
- Did either you or your spouse have a separate account?
- What was the reason for this separate account?
- What expenses were paid from this account?
We Can Help
If you have questions regarding what subjects should be addressed during a divorce deposition or want to schedule a consultation with a Sarasota divorce attorney, please contact the Law Office of Matthew Z Martell, P.A. at (941) 556-7020.