Skillful Handling Of The Complex Issues Surrounding Business Valuation And Division
Many high net worth divorce proceedings involve serious disputes regarding the division of marital property. Often, those disputes concern the future of a business that the spouses own together or individually. Unless there was a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement to the contrary, each spouse likely has a claim to some share of the business in the event of a divorce.
Determining what portion of the business is subject to division and what that portion of the business is worth can be an extremely complex process. At Contreras Law Firm in San Diego, our attorneys have extensive experience representing clients in all aspects of high net worth divorce and complex property division for California business owners.
Understand Your Rights Regarding The Division Of A Business In Divorce
There is a great deal of confusion surrounding privately held businesses and how they are treated in a divorce. An experienced team can help you minimize the impact that the divorce will have upon the business’s future. Our attorneys can assist with any issues connected to business ownership in a divorce, including:
- Assessing the full value of the business as well as the portion considered to be marital property
- Developing strategies concerning the post-divorce future of the business, including ownership and continued operation
- Helping with the dissolution of the business because of the divorce
- Working with other partners to buy or sell business interests
Whether you are a sole business owner, a co-owner or a nonowner spouse, you can rely on us to seek a solution that provides you with the most benefit over the short and long term. Our substantial background in business law puts us in a strong position to provide you with the reliable representation you need during this critical time.
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We understand what is at stake for parties on both sides of these matters, and we are diligent in our pursuit of a result that serves our clients’ best interests. To meet with one of our experienced lawyers to discuss your case, call our office at 619-908-1495 or send us an email.