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What Will Divorce Mean For Your Business?

Divorce can be a particularly complex process for business owners. If you own a small business, it is possible your spouse will have a rightful share to a portion of business assets, but what does this mean for your continued operations and income? Susan Gray of Susan Gray Law, P.A., can help.

Susan has 40 years of family law experience, and she knows what it takes to go through a divorce involving a family-run business. She offers no-nonsense, straightforward counsel, helping you pursue a practical and fair division of all marital property.

Who Has A Claim To The Business?

Handling the division of business assets is a daunting process, and the experience of your lawyer matters. The first step in this process is an accurate valuation of the business. This assesses the value of physical assets, current income generated from the business and more.

There are a few different ways to approach the division of business assets in a divorce. Some of the potential options for this include:

  • Sell the business and divide the assets
  • Buy out the other spouse’s portion of business assets
  • Negotiate to retain all business assets in lieu of other financial benefits

During your divorce, Susan Gray will work to shield your long-term interests above all else. Whether you want to protect the company you worked hard to build or you want to ensure you get your fair share, she will tenaciously advocate for your rights and objectives.

The Help You Need, Today

Contact the office in Winston-Salem online or call 336-529-6322 to schedule an initial evaluation during which you can discuss your concerns and goals for your North Carolina divorce.