Business Owner Divorce

Georgia Business Owner Divorce Attorney

The community property laws apply if you and your spouse are owners of a business anywhere in Georgia and determining the value of that business will be crucial to your divorce settlement. Calling on the right Cobb County divorce attorney will be a vital choice. Negotiations may be particularly sensitive if you are having a high asset divorce but regardless of the financial stakes involved an experienced divorce lawyer can minimize your risks of an unfair settlement and help ensure your financial security.

When you call Mark F. Milhollin, P.C., you will have the opportunity to speak directly to Mark F. Milhollin: Cobb County family lawyer. He has helped numerous business owners negotiate their divorces throughout Georgia.

No matter the complexity of your case he has the resources to defend your best interests and help you achieve your goals. Call (770) 999-6700.

Call experienced Georgia business owner divorce lawyer Mark F. Milhollin

Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, if you share business ownership with your soon-to-be ex-spouse, you need a divorce attorney familiar with the complexities of business ownership and marriage dissolution.

As you divide your assets (including your business), you may have an easy relationship with your former partner. Or you may experience great stress when interacting with them. In either case you can count on Mark F. Milhollin to maintain professional communication channels between you and your former partner. He is a diligent and sophisticated attorney who has helped innumerable clients through challenging divorces.

To discuss the details of your case and how he can help, call (770) 999-6700.

Some questions Georgia business owners have may be:

  • The business was owned by one spouse before the marriage: is it community property?
  • Marital assets are invested into the business: how do those figure into asset division?
  • One partner was far more active in the daily business: does this influence division?
  • Who will determine the value of the business (property worth, market value, tax burden, debt, overhead, payroll, and other factors)?
  • Can a spouse force the sale of the business as conditions of the divorce?

No business owner divorce is identical. For the guidance you need in your particular case and for any family law question contact Mark F. Milhollin, P.C.. You will have direct access to Cobb County divorce attorney Mark F. Milhollin and he will immediately begin formulating a legal strategy that fits your needs.