CONNECTICUT BUSINESS ASSET VALUATION LAWYERS
Your Family Business Is A Key Valuable Asset
People that own and operate a family business know how hard they work to make it a valuable asset. Both spouses are often partners in successful day-to-day operations. When a divorce is imminent, it is natural for both parties to fight aggressively to protect their financial interests.
Our law firm’s divorce attorneys have extensive experience representing clients with family-owned businesses at stake in their divorce judgment. We work with a network of business valuation and property settlement experts to determine the best approach for our clients. We help our clients understand the full legal, financial and tax consequences of fighting for the family business in the final settlement agreement. The knowledge and understanding we provide will empower you to make the best possible decision for your long-term future.
“Often, spouses fight over a family business because they are afraid it must be broken up as part of the divorce settlement. We will help you find a solution that protects your financial interests without destroying what you worked so hard to build.” Attorney Beverly Krieger
If you are concerned about what will happen to your interest in a family business after your divorce, let us give you straight answers about marital property division.
Contact us to discuss business valuation matters, such as:
- Maintaining financial interest
- Business asset valuation
- High net worth divorce settlements
- Spousal maintenance and alimony based on business revenues
- Deferred compensation, securities and shareholder agreements
- Business succession planning following divorce
- Inherited business property, gifted property
- Premarital business property ownership
- Increased business valuation during the marriage
From our offices in Norwalk, Connecticut, our lawyers represent individuals in divorce and business property asset matters in communities throughout Fairfield County. Call us or contact us by e-mail for a complimentary initial consultation with an experienced family law attorney.