Business Assets Complicate Divorce But We Can Help
Over the course of a marriage, it is likely that a couple will acquire numerous assets and marital property. It is the job of a skilled lawyer to guide clients through the process of divorce and property division.
Many times, married couples will either start a new business venture, purchase a business or inherit a business to be run together. All of these situations require detailed legal knowledge and business acumen to resolve. Based on how the business was conceived and whether it can be considered a marital or nonmarital asset, look to Amendola Doty & Brumley, PLLC, for help and guidance.
Ensuring Your Business Is Properly Valued
Once we have determined the business to be a marital property that must be divided, our attorneys will work with industry specialists to properly value the business. Our Coeur d’Alene divorce business valuation attorneys have more than 75 years of combined experience guiding divorcing couples through this potentially complex and emotional process.
As with most disputes, we will attempt to resolve the matter through mediation. If a proper compromise cannot be reached, we are fully confident in our ability to represent our clients in court.
Contact Our Firm For A Consultation
You receive full access to our Coeur d’Alene business valuation attorneys throughout your case. We want to be available to address your sudden concerns and questions at all times. Call or email us today.
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