When your client’s husband or wife has stored financial information electronically, discovery must be aimed at obtaining e-mail and data stored on Internet accounts and computer data files to locate hidden assets and to attempt to prove cash income.

The start of the new millennium will forever be identified with cutting-edge technology, home computers and the Internet. In 2000, 65.8 percent of all households owned at least one computer, an increase from only 11.5 percent in 1990. See “Annual Report of Current Consumption Survey,” Department of Business Statistics, Economic and Social Research Institute (April 23, 2001), and jin.jcic.or.jp/stat/stats/10LIV43.html.

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