When A Divorce May Affect A Business Or A Professional Practice
Divorce is rarely simply a private matter between two people. Children, extended family members and colleagues may also be affected. A divorce may be particularly complicated when either or both spouses have business or professional practices. Business partners’ interests and the overall health of the practice or business must be handled with care. A family law attorney with experience in high-value divorces and intricate financial complexities can be an essential guide as well as a strong advocate.
Our lawyers at Bandoske & Butler, PLLC, are well-versed in the issues and processes associated with divorces for business owners and professionals, including doctors, lawyers, accountants, architects and others, as well as spouses of such individuals.
Meet The Challenge Head-On And Win
Our attorneys have reputations for being sophisticated yet accessible. We can help you handle aspects of your complex, high-asset divorce and related issues, including:
- Business valuation
- Evaluation of legalities such as business formation contracts that may address divorce contingencies
- Negotiation of the division of business and professional practices and all associated assets, including buildings, equipment and the organizations themselves
- Negotiation of post-divorce joint ownership and/or spin-off agreements when departing spouses plan to open their own new branches of businesses or professional practices
- Seamless coordination as needed with appropriate professionals such as appraisers, accountants and business law attorneys
Divorce almost never feels like a “win.” However, managing one’s career and finances well throughout the divorce process and beyond is a worthwhile goal. If you are a medical care provider or an entrepreneur, keeping your professional practice or business operating smoothly and preserving its integrity may be almost as important to you as resolving your family matters. Rest assured that we have the sophistication and skills you are looking for at this difficult time.
Pursue Trustworthy Legal Counsel
To discuss your Texas divorce in terms of the impact it may have on your business, your medical practice or another type of professional practice, turn to the accomplished family law attorneys at Bandoske & Butler, PLLC. We can also advise you on related areas of estate planning, including business succession plans, that may be affected.
Don’t feel overwhelmed. Rather, be determined to get to the other side of your divorce with all assets in good order. We are here for you and can help you make that happen. Call 210-953-8415 or send an email inquiry to schedule a consultation.