Canton Division of Businesses Attorneys
If you or your spouse is a business owner or is self-employed, this factor is going to make property division particularly complex. Whether the business is a small local business with 20 to 50 employees or a much larger enterprise, the attorneys at Abbott & Abbott have the skill to address this unique challenge. Our aggressive approach means you can be confident that we will pursue a fair outcome for you.
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How Much of the Business Is to be Divided?
If the business was started during the course of the marriage, it is considered marital property in its entirety and is subject to equitable division. If the business was started prior to the marriage, a portion of it may be considered separate property and that portion will not need to be divided. The challenge lies in determining what portion is subject to division and what portion is not. That is a challenge that our lawyers are ready for.
What Is the Business Worth?
Business valuation is no easy task. Expert appraisers must come in to assist us with the valuation. No two businesses can be looked at the same way. There are small businesses in which owners put in all the work and, without the work of the owners, are worth relatively little. There are other businesses that could be sold for a significant profit. No matter what your situation, we will fight to protect what is yours and to achieve a fair division.
Contact Us for a Free 30-Minute Consultation
For a free 30-minute consultation with our Canton and Marietta business valuation lawyers, contact us today. We accept all major credit cards.