Protect Your Business During A Louisville Divorce - Family Law

Protect Your Business During a Louisville Divorce

What are the best strategies to protect your business during a Louisville divorce? Will your company be a part of the marital property settlement or will it be classified as “separate” property? These are crucial questions for any business or professional practice owner who is considering a divorce. Generally speaking, if you owned your business or professional practice prior to …

The Basics of Business Valuation in a Louisville Divorce - Professionals

The Basics of a Business Valuation in a Louisville Divorce

What are the basics of a business valuation in a Louisville divorce?  Why is valuation one of the most central issues in a divorce which involves a business interest or professional practice? If the business or professional practice interest was obtained prior to the marriage and a valid prenuptial agreement excludes the asset, and/or no marital funds or labor-related contributions …

Business Ownership is a Substantial Challenge

Business Ownership is a Substantial Challenge in Many Jefferson County Divorces

Business ownership is a substantial challenge in many Jefferson County divorce cases.  Generally speaking higher amounts of assets and retirement accounts lead to more legally complex issues in your divorce. Business ownership or a professional practice will require careful consideration, planning and negotiation. If the two of you jointly own a business you will face several choices including, but not …

What Happens to My Business or Professional Practice

What Happens to My Business or Professional Practice in a Louisville Divorce?

Many clients have asked “what happens to my business or professional practice in a Louisville divorce? Divorce cases involving business ownership or a professional practice are quite complex and require skilled, experienced legal representation. The proven divorce and family law attorneys at Dodd & Dodd have decades of trial experience and insight into these cases. The first question is whether …