A family business may not only represent an extensive investment of both money and time, but it may also be the primary source of income for a couple, and multiple other family members may also be involved in the business.
Business Valuation and Divorce
There are some experts who decide to “rig” the value of a business in favor of one spouse. Here are some things that could point to a rigged valuation.
After working with hundreds of couples, I’ve found that there is one universal truth in all divorces – and that truth could put you at a severe disadvantage.
If you own a business with your spouse, valuing it will be one of the most complex issues in your divorce. Here are reasons why you should or shouldn’t settle.
When valuing a business during a divorce, you run the risk of counting the value of the business twice. This concept is called “double dipping.”
A startup company in California will soon bring the possibility of getting a divorce online to the masses (in California for the time being, with plans to expand nationally). The website Separate.us was developed by an attorney that wanted to make divorce available through the internet at a low cost. While similar services are offered […]
There are any number of reasons why a couple may decide to sign a prenuptial agreement. Some may want to take a “what’s yours is yours, what’s mine is mine” approach to their marriage if things don’t work out. Brittany Spears was worth a fortune when she divorced backup dancer Kevin Federline, who was not. Thanks […]