A business interest can complicate divorce

| Jun 3, 2016 | Divorce

Are you a business owner? How about your spouse? If you answered yes to either question and are going through divorce, the process can be even more complicated than what you are expecting.

While there are many steps to take, putting an accurate value on the business is extremely important. This holds true no matter if you or your spouse is the business owner. If you don’t know what the business is worth, it’s difficult to determine how it fits into the property division process.

In many cases, obtaining an accurate business valuation means hiring a variety of experts, such as an accountant and business evaluator. These people know the market and can provide the necessary information and reports to help you get your fair share in the divorce.

With the right information in hand, you don’t have to worry about being taken advantage of. Instead, you will know exactly what the business is worth and how much interest you should receive as part of the divorce settlement.

My job is to guide clients towards making the best decisions during the divorce process. If a business is involved, we can step in and make sure that the right professionals are on the case.

If you want to learn more about business valuation during divorce, you have come to the right place. You can read more on our website and blog. If you need personal assistance, reach out to us. This is often the first step in ensuring that you make the right decisions. We will help ensure that your rights and interests are protected.




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