Dividing Business Assets on Divorce

If you run a business. Hold shares in a business. It is an asset, for the purposes of working out a financial settlement. Start by having the business valued. Decide if the asset can be divided. Will the other party need to be compensated out of non-business assets. This can be very difficult if the cash flow in the business cannot sustain a large pay-out.

There a range of options available when dealing with business assets and interests. Much depends on the business itself. Is it a sole trader where there is possibly no value? Is it a large corporation? Are there assets available? What are your needs?  It is usually possible to reach a fair agreement.

Divorce Negotiator will help you work through the options. Achieve a fair outcome. Ensuring both parties can meet their needs and support themselves.

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