Divorce And Business Valuation

When a spouse has an interest in a privately owned company, the ownership can involve complex financial and legal concerns in a divorce. Determining the value of a business and the extent of an individual's interest in the entity are among the many questions that men and women have when facing the breakdown of a marriage.

Analyzing ownership in family-run businesses and closely held entities, and determining today's fair market value of a business interest require detailed legal and financial analysis. The lawyers at Runyon & Runyon provide sophisticated analysis and creative solutions when a business interest is associated with a divorce. The firm is committed to guarding the rights of its clients and has existing relationships with experts to assist in this task.

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Attorney Ray Runyon leads the divorce and business law practice at the firm and is diligent in drawing on his business and family law experience to obtain the most favorable outcome for clients in business valuation disputes. Today's fair market value requires more than reading a balance sheet. Mr. Runyon is experienced in working with business valuation professionals and accountants in high-stakes divorce cases. He knows how to question and cross-examine professionals on behalf of clients.

Once a fair-market value determination is made, a divorce attorney must have the knowledge and experience to guide clients through the process of arriving at an equitable division of the business interest. Protecting the business for the future is often a vital concern. Creative solutions, including devising equitable compensation packages or payments over time, are clear strengths of the firm.

To discuss your divorce and business valuation concerns with a knowledgeable lawyer in Clarksville, Tennessee, contact Runyon & Runyon online or call 931-305-0061 or 800-568-1534. All communications with the firm remain confidential.