What Will Your Divorce Mean For Your Business?

The end of your marriage will have an impact on various areas of your life, including your small business. In fact, business assets may be marital property, which means they are eligible for property division in your divorce. At the law firm of Robert L. Isaacs, P.C., in Henrico, we help Virginia business owners and spouses develop a property settlement that protects and preserves the value of the business rather than destroying it.

The process of addressing a family-run or small business is a complex process. Our attorneys have specific experience in complex property division matters, and by looking at the big picture, we help you fight for an outcome that is beneficial both now and well into the future. We look for cost-effective solutions that will help us get you to your goals in a timely manner.

Determining The Worth Of A Business

One of the most important steps in addressing a small business in a divorce is determining the true value of the company. An accurate valuation is necessary in order to ensure you get your rightful share of this marital property. We pursue a fair valuation, as well as help you address the following concerns you may have about your company and its future:

  • Continuation of operations during and after divorce
  • Keeping the business viable after dividing assets or other aspects of the company
  • What daily operations will look like after the divorce is final

We want to preserve your livelihood and help you protect the business you worked so hard to build. Our goal is to pursue solutions that will provide you with stability and security. Part of how we achieve that is by being straightforward about the strengths and weaknesses of the various available options for moving forward. Our honest guidance and tenacious representation of the interests of our clients is what sets our firm apart.

Complex Divorce Concerns? We Can Help.

Our team will work diligently on your behalf during the complex process of fighting for a fair property division order and address your family-owned business. To speak with a lawyer about your divorce and its impact on your small business, complete the online contact form or call 804-728-0228.