Complex Divorce for Business Owners & Professionals
Professionals and business owners often face complex legal challenges in divorce proceedings, particularly when it comes to property division and asset valuation. For doctors, dentists, attorneys, accountants and other professionals — and their spouses — protecting high-value assets and preserving the standard of living established during the marriage are often leading priorities.
Tangusso Law handles divorces for professionals and business owners throughout the Salem, Massachusetts area. With nearly four decades of legal experience, we are familiar with the challenges and complexities that often arise in high net worth cases. We are also knowledgeable in related areas of law such as business law and estate planning.
Attorney Tangusso provides personalized, compassionate legal services for clients facing divorce.
Protecting Your Property Interests In Business Valuation
Businesses and professional practices are considered assets that must be identified, valued and taken into account for purposes of property division. Determining an accurate valuation of the business and proposing a workable outcome can be challenging, and these hurdles often lead to drawn-out disputes.
Preparing a compelling valuation of the business may require the expertise of a business valuation expert. Our firm works with forensic accountants, CPAs, tax advisers and other trusted experts to place our clients’ cases on the strongest possible footing. Whether you are the business owner or the spouse of a business owner, we will work diligently to protect your property interests and obtain a fair outcome.
Prioritizing Your Needs And Goals
In all divorce cases — particularly those with stakes — trial is always a possibility. Attorney Tangusso is experienced in the courtroom, and we are always thoroughly prepared to defend our clients’ interests in litigation. At the same time, we encourage divorce mediation and settlement when doing so advances our clients’ goals in a more efficient, cost-effective manner.
In your case, we will prioritize your unique needs and goals. We can help you evaluate which course of action is best for your desired outcome, providing the insight and knowledge you need to make informed decisions.
If you have further questions or concerns regarding how your divorce may affect your business, do not hesitate to contact us with questions. We have the experience and legal knowledge you need to get the results you desire.