Property Division Involving Business Ownership Interests
When one or both of the parties in a divorce own a business, or when each of the parties owns some part of the same business, property division becomes a challenging issue with much greater complications than most people expect. If you are facing a divorce that will involve complex property division issues like business valuation, it is essential to work with an attorney who has the experience and the strategic approach needed to protect your interests.
Massachusetts lawyer Andrew H. P. Norton has been representing Massachusetts clients in high net worth divorce and other family law matters for more than 20 years. We works with a network of forensic accountants, private investigators and other professionals to make sure that his clients are working with a fair and accurate valuation of the business interests involved in their divorce cases.
Plymouth County Business Valuation Attorney
The courts use the factors found in Massachusetts General Laws Ch. 208 §34, the same factors used for all cases involving complex asset distribution. These factors depend on accurate valuation of property, including the ownership of business interests. Any variation or inaccuracy in valuating a business can lead to a skewed and unfair outcome in every other financial aspect of the divorce, including:
Attorney Andrew H. P. Norton works with a team of forensic accountants, private investigators and other professionals to uncover hidden assets, valuate the business's assets and liabilities, and organize and balance books.
At the law firm of Andrew H. P. Norton, clients receive legal representation that is marked by attention to detail, aggressive litigation and a commitment to client-centered legal service. Attorney Norton makes himself available to his clients by returning their phone calls promptly and always keeping them informed of any significant change that arises in their cases.
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