It is important for small business owners to work with an experienced family law attorney who understands the unique challenges they may face during the divorce process. Our law firm offers personalized legal guidance to help small business owners protect their business interests and achieve a successful resolution to their divorce cases.
Why choose us for your divorce case?
When you’re a small business owner facing divorce, who you choose as your attorney matters. Our lead attorney, Rory Weiner, specializes in small business law and has a unique blend of business acumen and litigation expertise. By leveraging his in-depth knowledge of business operations and legal strategies, he is able to effectively protect his clients’ business interests throughout the divorce proceedings. Whether it’s valuing and dividing business assets, navigating complex financial matters, or negotiating favorable settlements, Mr. Weiner is committed to achieving a favorable resolution that safeguards his clients’ businesses.
You're not alone. Our team of experienced professionals can provide guidance and expertise to protect your interests and ensure the future stability of your business.
Getting divorced as a business owner
Here are some common issues that small business owners may face when going through a divorce:
One of the most significant challenges for small business owners is determining the value of the business. This can be a complex process, particularly if the business has multiple owners or has grown significantly during the marriage.
If the business is considered marital property, it may be subject to division during the divorce. Business owners may need to negotiate a settlement with their ex-spouse, which can be challenging and may impact the future success of the business.
Sometimes, the non-owning spouse may be entitled to spousal support or alimony payments. This can place a financial burden on the business owner and impact the financial stability of the business.
Ownership and control
Divorcing couples may need to negotiate ownership and control of the business, which can be complex and emotionally charged. Small business owners may need to work with their ex-spouse to create a plan for dividing responsibilities and decision-making authority.
Small business owners may have taken on debt to fund the business, which can impact property division and spousal support payments.
Divorce can be a disruptive and emotional process for small business owners and their employees. Business owners must work to retain key employees and maintain the stability of the business.
Small business owners may be concerned about the privacy of their business during the divorce process. It is important for business owners to work with their attorneys to protect their business interests and maintain confidentiality.
Small business divorce attorney
Divorce can be a challenging and emotionally charged process, particularly for small business owners. It is essential to work with an experienced family law attorney who understands the unique challenges facing small business owners and can help navigate the complex legal and financial issues that may arise during the divorce process.
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