Complex Divorces Requiring Business Valuations
Equitable distribution can become even more complex when one of the parties owns a business, professional practice, or when the parties jointly own and operate a business. In effectuating an equitable distribution of a business, it is often necessary to have a complete business evaluation prepared to analyze the total monetary value of the business, including projected income and cash flow. This is often done by a forensic accountant employed to work with counsel.
Our attorneys are experienced in handing divorces in which there are business interests to be equitably distributed and the nuance associated with same. We have the experience to handle cases with businesses of all shapes, sizes and worth (small sole proprietorships, medical practices, or large corporate interests) within the context of divorce.
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