Candace Meyers Discusses Divorce for Business Owners
Divorce for business owners, a business owner should advise his or her professionals and immediately hire trusted divorce counsel. A business owner should marshal all of the business documents which would normally be sought for valuation: 5 years of tax returns, financial reports and bank statements. Your divorce attorney should help you find the best forensic valuation person for your case and the business which you built in order to protect what you have.
Your attorney should discuss with you and seek entry of a Protective Order to control the discovery process flow of information in order to keep confidential information about the specifics of your company private and confidential.
Read about what happens when you and your spouse own a business together and get divorced.
- What is “Discovery”?
- So often a party’s income plummets during a divorce. What do you do?
- What should a business owner’s first step be to avoid disruption during divorce?
- In a divorce, do our assets always get divided up equally?
- A common question raised by many affluent clients is whether “hidden assets” can be found.
- My wife and I own a business together. What happens to our business when we divorce?
- Are there any unique issues when a professional – a doctor or dentist, for example – is going through a divorce?