When Business Interests Are Part Of A Divorce

Business valuation is a necessary component of property division during divorce when one spouse or both spouses own a business. It will be necessary to determine whether assets from the business are characterized as community or separate property. These issues are complex and require the assistance of an experienced family law attorney.

For more than 12 years, I have provided exceptional family law services to my clients in the Fort Worth, Texas, area. I am lawyer Zoe Meigs, and I practice family law exclusively. I have successfully resolved countless divorce cases involving business valuation and ownership issues.

Effective Business Valuation Services

To make sure my clients get what they are entitled, I often review business financial accounts. It is essential to obtain the most accurate business valuation possible, and usually that involves choosing the right financial expert, business evaluator and accountant who provides the reports and information necessary to determine what the client's business is worth, and how best to split the value of that business with the nonowning spouse.

With accurate information, I guide my clients toward sound decisions and effective solutions. Knowing what to expect and how my clients' businesses will be valued by the court during the property division process is important. I provide the knowledge and guidance my clients need and expect.

Talk To Me About Protecting Your Business Interests

To schedule a consultation regarding your family law matter, call 817-381-9905 or contact me online. My Fort Worth, Texas, office is conveniently located on the eastern edge of downtown Fort Worth with free parking in our two lots. Credit cards accepted.