Divorce for Business Owners

As part of divorce in Georgia, marital assets and debt must undergo a thorough accounting and valuation. The full value of property and debt is subject to an equitable division between spouses. When the property includes assets and debt derived from business ownership, the valuation process becomes complex, often involving investment partners, lease agreements, intellectual property and license agreements, as well as the value of future sales contracts and debt obligations.

Kupferman & Golden, Attorneys at Law, has been representing clients in high-asset divorce and complex property settlements in Georgia for more than 35 years. Our firm works with leading, experienced business valuation experts and forensic specialists to ensure that all assets, tax obligations and expenses are accounted for appropriately.

Underlying Financial Issues

Kupferman & Golden Attorneys at Law, has the experience you can rely upon to guide you in obtaining a full and fair asset valuation and property division. The discovery process often takes longer than any other component of divorce. There are often issues beneath the surface, including the value of the equity established in the business, accounts receivable, value of the “blue-sky” client base, and the amount of annual depreciation for tax purposes. If your divorce includes business property among marital assets.

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