It’s a natural concern of every business owner. You start a business to support yourself and your family, then work years to build it up. Now, facing divorce, it is hard to accept that your spouse is demanding half-ownership in that business, or claiming a large financial settlement based on an unrealistic business valuation.Ulster County Asset Protection Attorney in Kingston, New Paltz, & Hudson Valley
At the law firm of Jonathan D. Katz, Attorney at Law, I have been fighting on behalf of business owners in divorce property settlements for more than 25 years. I bring experience and knowledge of business valuation issues, asset appreciation and personal property rights to the table when seeking an equitable distribution of marital property based on the facts, not false claims. I work closely with business valuation experts, financial actuary specialists and accounting professionals to investigate your business value and the value your partner brought to your success. Judges and opposing lawyers know that I bring well researched facts to settlement negotiations, thoroughly prepared to fight in court to protect my clients’ interests, when necessary.
If you are a business owner facing divorce, contact me today.Working to Protect the Rights of Business Owners in Ulster, Orange, & Dutchess County
I represent clients involved in complex business asset division involving:
- Business valuation and protecting professional practices
- Appreciation of separate property
- Transmutation of personal assets
- Business tax concerns
- Commercial real estate ownership
- Responsibility for business loans and debt
- Protection of trade secrets and intellectual property
My firm provides more than 25 years of experience in all family law areas relating to high net worth divorce and property settlements. If you are a business owner, get the facts about protecting your financial interests before you make decisions about your settlement. Hire an attorney who will advocate aggressively on your behalf.
Contact my offices in New Paltz, New York, to discuss your business valuation concerns in your pending divorce settlement.