Business Divisions in Divorce
Houston Divorce and Business Division Lawyer
At the law firm of Joseph Indelicato, Jr., P.C., we understand the importance of accurately valuing your business and its assets during your divorce. Not only will the valuation of your company affect the future of the business, but it will also greatly impact how the rest of your marital assets are divided.
If you need assistance with the valuation of your business or other property division guidance during your divorce, do not hesitate to contact our Houston family law firm. We have been assisting clients with their divorce concerns for almost 30 years and have the experience necessary to assist you.
Business Valuations in Texas
When it comes to dividing your assets in a divorce, the value placed on your business or professional practice is critical. Depending on the final valuation, the company could be retained by one spouse entirely, it could be sold or the business could be split in a variety of different ways. We work alongside financial experts to get the most accurate valuation of your business as possible.
Our knowledgeable family law attorneys will give you the straightforward guidance you need to protect your interests. We will lay out your options based on the unique circumstances of your divorce and fight to protect your rights.
Separate Business Property
Our attorneys analyze all aspect of a business to determine its value and see what could be considered separate property, that is, property not divisible in a divorce. This could include business assets obtained by inheritance, gift or parts of the company that began prior to the marriage.
You can rely on us to investigate every factor that affects the value of your or your spouse's small business. These factors could include the company's assets, the services provided and how unique the company is in the market.
Contact a Divorce and Business Division Law Firm in Texas
Call our family business lawyers at (713) 952-1115 or contact our divorce and business division law office to speak with a divorce lawyer today.