Greenwich Divorce and Business Valuation Lawyers
Divorce for Business Owners and Executives in Stamford CT
One of the more complicated aspects of divorce proceedings involves the division of property for people involved in business. Complexities arise involving how to value various interests in business, and how to divide them in the divorce. This is the not the job for inexperienced attorneys.
At the Stamford, Connecticut, law firm of The Prince Law Group, LLC, we have more than 25 combined years of experience in family law, including business valuation in divorce. Emphasizing an approach that is caring, focused, and aggressive, our attorneys have the skill to help you with business valuation issues in your divorce.
Business Valuation Issues
In our more than 25 combined years of experience, we have seen these issues before and the majority of our Fairfield County clients are high net worth individuals, professionals, and executives.
We have represented clients in many situations, including:
- Valuating ownership interests: We have worked with clients who own businesses or percentages of business, and we have the experience to help valuate your ownership interest in a small business as part of your divorce.
- Fringe benefits and perks: Fringe benefits and perks are often considered part of the beneficiary’s income, and we know how to determine a reasonable valuation for these benefits.
- Stock options: We are familiar with stock options and how to valuate them for purposes of dividing assets in your divorce.
We work with forensic accountants and other financial professionals to make sure we are valuating your assets properly. Taking that knowledge, we use our experience and skill to negotiate for the valuation of your business’s interests that is most favorable for you in the long-run.
Call our Stamford, Connecticut, offices or contact us online.
- Divorce Tax Consequences
- Real Estate
- Employee Benefits/Pensions
- Retirement, 401K, IRA, QDRO
- Business Valuations
- Debt, Bankruptcy & Divorce
- Accounting For Hidden Assets
- Fraudulent Conveyance Of Property
- Executive Benefits
- Division of Investment Accounts
- Art Collections & Other Personal Property
- Expat/International Pensions