I own a business with approximately 25 employees. Although my wife has never worked in my business or assisted me in the operation of my business in any way, she is claiming that if we get divorced, I will have to pay her for her interest in the business. Is she correct?
Accounting and Divorce
I own a business which provides consulting services. Although my business has been lucrative, I don’t think anyone would buy it because without me, there is no business. Under these circumstances, would my wife have an equitable distribution interest in my business in the event of a divorce?
How do we determine our home’s value? Should we deduct the sales commission from the appraised value? Can we deduct capital gain taxes from the value of the house?
My ex-wife and I are about to divorce and I’m concerned that the divorce process is going to disrupt my business. What can I do to protect myself from interference from her and her lawyer?
An introduction to dividing stock options, restricted stock, or other executive compensation during divorce.
Once you determine whether or not you’re going to file for divorce, you need to identify the assets that the marriage owns. In South Carolina, anything that was acquired during the marriage is considered part of the marital pot, so to speak. Debts, property, personal and real investment accounts, and anything else the couple has […]
Do I have to include credit-card debt on my financial statement during divorce?
What is forensic accounting and how can it be applied to my divorce?
What should I consider when choosing my divorce financial professional?
A divorce may spell change for your lifestyle, your hopes and dreams, your children’s lives, and much more. But with some preparation and planning, you can protect your interests and take charge of your financial well-being.