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When your client thinks their partner owns cryptoassets: how to find out and what to do next

Apr 28, 2020, 14:58 PM
This article gives an overview of what cryptoassets are, how they work and what you might need to consider if your client believes that their spouse owns cryptoassets.
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Cady Pearce, Senior Associate, Family Team, Kingsley Napley
Mary Young, Partner, Dispute Resolution Team, Kingsley Napley
Liam Hurren, Legal Assistant, Family Team, Kingsley Napley

Cryptoassets are evolving fast and an increasing number of clients may soon need to consider them as part of a financial settlement. This article gives an overview of what cryptoassets are, how they work and what you might need to consider if your client believes that their spouse owns cryptoassets. We cover issues relating to valuation of cryptoassets, non-disclosure, settlement and enforcement. 


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