Considerations For Business Owners During Divorce
The disposition of ownership and/or value of a business are often contested in the divorce process. There are many factors to consider. These include:
- Should the business be valued by a professional business evaluator?
- Is there inventory to value?
- On what date was the business established or acquired in relation to the date of marriage?
- Are there any partnership or shareholder agreements?
- Is the business owned by other family members?
At Higgins Law, founding attorney Matt Higgins has years of experience representing business owners and their spouses across the Omaha area. Familiar with the nuances of divorcing business owners, he will work to protect your interests.
Divorce Representation For Nebraska Business Owners
When your business property is at issue in a divorce, it is essential to seek the counsel of an experienced attorney. At Higgins Law, our attorneys have over 20 years of experience guiding clients through the most complex family law matters. Our clients trust us for our thorough preparation, our attention to detail and our dedication to prompt communication through all phases of a case. As a recognized legal resource, attorney Higgins enjoys the distinction of being AV Preeminent peer-review rated* through Martindale-Hubbell.
Schedule Your First Appointment
Contact Higgins Law and schedule your first appointment with an experienced divorce lawyer by calling 402-933-7600 or by completing a short online form. Our office is in Omaha, and we handle cases throughout the surrounding area of Nebraska.
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