Looks like this is another area of complexity for divorce lawyers .Disclosure can often be fraught with difficulty and this adds another layer which I can see will easily cause issue
I have not yet had a dispute which involves cryptocurrency but am looking forward to seeing how these cases are dealt with so we provide expert guidance to our clients ...watch this space .
Bitcoins are fuelling their first divorce disputes as couples fight over the value of their digital assets. In three divorce cases, husbands and wives are seeking the disclosure and share of cryptocurrencies. All involve husbands who have bought currencies including bitcoin, litecoin, ripple and ethereum. One case involves an investment of £80,000 in November 2016, which was valued at £1 million last December and is now worth £600,000. Another involves an investment of £200, which could be worth ten times more. In the third case the husband is refusing to disclose details of the assets.