You own a business with your spouse but you have recently decided to divorce. Now what? At Raggio & Raggio, PLLC, we can help you understand your legal options for ending your marriage but keeping your business relationship alive.
Helping You End Your Marriage But Keep Your Business Relationship Alive
In many cases, business partners sign shareholder agreements that outline what would happen to the business if their business relationship dissolved. When business partners are married, however, the idea of an agreement is often overlooked.
Fortunately, there are more options than just walking away from your business. For decades, our Dallas divorce and business ownership attorneys have helped men and women navigate divorce while still maintaining an amicable and thriving business relationship, or, if necessary, how one can walk away from the business.
When you consult Raggio & Raggio, PLLC, we will help you with all aspects of property division, as well as your new business relationship, involving:
- Obtaining accurate business appraisals/valuations
- Establishing a post-marital agreement to divide business assets or use of business assets fairly and stating how to split the business assets if either one decides to leave
- Changing corporate bylaws and employment agreements to reflect the recent changes in your marital status
We recognize that divorce raises questions and concerns regarding your business and your ability to remain in a healthy and amicable business partnership with your spouse. When sharing your business with your spouse is not an option, our lawyers can help you understand the legal steps you can take to settle your business matters, including selling the business to your spouse, or liquidating and selling your business to someone else.
Making A Better Tomorrow, Today | Contact Raggio & Raggio, PLLC
We invite you to contact Raggio & Raggio, PLLC at (214) 880-7500 today to schedule a confidential consultation with our Texas divorce business valuation attorneys regarding your divorce or other family law matters. Our law office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening and weekend appointments can be arranged upon request.