Businesses come in all varieties. Whether sole proprietorships, partnerships or corporations one party’s business can be one of the most valuable assets in a marital estate. They can also be a source of great accomplishment to both parties in the marriage in cases of co-owned businesses. This makes the process of valuing and dividing a business interest in divorce especially important.
Strategies to value a business go beyond simply counting revenue generated. The methods for valuing a business are highly fact specific and may often require expert consultation. Working with an experienced family law attorney can help a divorce litigant better understand the process of valuing a business and better connect them with expert resources to use in the process.
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"I went to Cervizzi and Associates over 3 years ago to discuss with Laura Cervizzi about divorcing my husband, after my decision was made Laura paired me with Atty. Amy Kraft a young, conscientious lawyer. I was a bit hesitant, but Laura assured me she would be the right person for the job. And two years together, she was the right person, she was kind, compassionate brilliant and always there for me in my darkest hours she wasn’t after two years my attorney, she was my friend and guardian she understood me and how I would react to what was going on through this ordeal a wonderful diligent young lady, I am so grateful for her coming to my aid, keeping me on track and for the wonderful relationship which blossomed with all at Cervizzi and Associates. If anyone is in need of this type of service these are the group of women to take care of you from Laura, to Priscilla and gratefully to Amy. Thank you to all of you, you are simply the best."
"Laura C., I wanted to sincerely thank you and your office for all that was done to help me through my divorce. I appreciate your patience, consideration and concern through this process. I am looking forward to the new year!"