In divorce, businesses are an asset that is commonly overlooked. However, a business is one of the most important assets that need to be addressed in the divorce process. The division of the business can have a significant impact on the final outcome. It can even make the difference between losing and keeping your home. At Karen Ann Ulmer, P.C., our attorneys have extensive experience with business valuation and division in divorce.
SEASONED BUSINESS VALUATION ATTORNEYS SERVING PENNSYLVANIA & NEW JERSEY
To ensure an accurate valuation of the business, we work closely with forensic accountants and other experts who can thoroughly examine the business to determine what it is worth. Because many people overestimate the value of businesses, accurate valuation is essential. Whether the business belongs to you or your former spouse, we will take steps to protect your assets and enforce your rights.
PROTECTING THE FAMILY BUSINESS
Family businesses can be a contentious issue in a divorce. Our lawyers are committed to minimizing conflict while protecting your interests. If the business belongs to your family, we will take steps to safeguard your family’s hard work and legacy.
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES AND DIVISION OF ASSETS
A professional practice such as a private medical or legal practice is subject to division in divorce just like any other business. Professional practices also need to be thoroughly examined and evaluated so that they can be divided equitably between spouses.