What happens to cryptocurrency in divorce? If cryptocurrency and bitcoin is purchased during the marriage with marital income, it will be subject to division in divorce like any other asset. Valuation of cryptocurrency and bitcoin may depend on the market at the time.
Can cryptocurrency be split in a divorce?
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Tracing Cryptocurrency & Finding the Crypto Wallet in Divorce
Divorce & Cryptocurrency War Story
Three Best Cryptocurrency Tips for Divorce Lawyers
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