Business Valuation when Business Owners Divorce

Your Business and Your Divorce – What You Don’t Know Will Hurt You

Do you or your spouse own a business? If so, it is may be one of the most important assets in your marital estate. Business ownership can have a major impact on a divorcing couple’s overall marital estate in more ways than one. Working together in divorce mediation could protect a business owner in many ways.

How Much Is Your Business Worth?

That’s probably a hard question to answer. Of all the assets you have, your business may be the most difficult asset to put a value on. Since determining the value of a business is so complex, you need to begin thinking about it right away. Remember, that amount can have a significant impact when it comes to equally dividing your assets, and it can also affect both your child and spousal support as well.

Protecting Your Rights

If your business provides the primary source of income for your household, you’ll need a professional family law team that understands the complexity of self-employed business ownership. Business valuation is an intricate process, but as a  Certified Family Law Specialist and Attorney Mediator I can help a couple move through the divorce process to determine the value of the business as well as how to not have the divorce process hurt your ongoing business.

Carol Delzer attorney-mediator is certified by the State Bar of California as a Family Law Specialist and has the expert skills you need, including accounting principles, divorce law, asset and debt division, real estate experience, and the ability to trace separate property, as well as forensic accounts on her family law team.

Contact Carol Delzer at Family Law Center today to schedule a consultation and protect your business assets info@FamilyLawCenter.US.

Carol Delzer at Family Law Center helps clients throughout the greater Sacramento area including: Sacramento, Antelope, Auburn, Cameron Park, Carmichael, Citrus Heights, Davis, El Dorado Hills, Elk Grove, Fair Oaks, Folsom, Granite Bay, Placerville, Rancho Cordova, Rocklin, Roseville, West Sacramento, Woodland and the counties of Sacramento, El Dorado, Placer, Yolo, and more.

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