Joy Feinberg, a Divorce Attorney at Boyle & Feinberg, P.C, answers:
If someone owns a business how can they protect it during divorce?
Chicago is a town of entrepreneurs. When you’re a businessman going through a divorce or a businesswoman going through a divorce, you need to be prepared. You need to have the best strategist possible to take you through guidance, preparation, and then the actual divorce.
In my 30 plus years of experience in representing people in every walk of life, whether they own their own business or they have been a top level executive, a senior executive, or are a CEO of a company, you want a person who’s going to be able to give you the strategy and the guidance to get the most out of your case. It’s your business, you built it, we’ll protect it.
Joy M. Feinberg of Boyle & Feinberg, P.C. has practiced family law in Chicago for more than 20 years. She is past-president of the Illinois Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. She can be reached at (312) 444-1050. View her firm’s Divorce Magazine profile here.