Among the many things you encounter during divorce, business owners also need to keep in mind the issue of accurately valuing and dividing your business. We know you have worked hard to build a successful business and want to do everything you can to protect it through your divorce.
Before a business can be divided in divorce, it must be accurately valued. This is an extremely important step but it is not necessarily an easy one. When dealing with something as personal as a business, you want to ensure your decisions are well thought out. During the heat of divorce, it can be difficult to think straight. At Verner Brumley Mueller Parker, we fight for your company’s survival and future prosperity. We can address any number of complex issues that may arise, such as:
- Multiple owners
- Community vs. Separate Property Concerns
- Shareholder loans
- Shareholder or partnership issues
- Buy-sell agreements