Divorce Involving A Business
Texas business owners who are divorcing – or being divorced by – their spouses should have a specific legal strategy with regard to marital property division.
If you own a closely held business that you operated by yourself in Collin County, with little or no contributions from your spouse, the divorce representation you are looking for can be found right now at the Law Office of Michella K. Melton.
During her years of divorce and family law practice, attorney Michella K. Melton has sought and achieved workable solutions for families in conflict over divorce. Her knowledge and creativity are especially helpful when significant property, taxes and debts are involved in the property division phase of a divorce.
Ms. Melton carefully examines every document related to a family business and prepares your case as if it will have to be litigated, all the while paving the way for a negotiated, amicable settlement – a “buyout” that both sides are amenable to. During this often complex journey, the business owner client can be assured that his or her rights and commercial investments will be aggressively protected.
Special Concerns For Business Owners Going Through Divorce
Attorney Michella K. Melton handles a wide variety of divorce matters for business owners and the spouses of business owners. Contact our firm today if you have questions about any of the following:
- Prenuptial agreements to be considered in divorce
- Maintenance of family businesses and licensed professional practices, and determinations of their value (business valuation)
- Hidden assets, either in offshore accounts or in another party’s name
- Commercial real estate appraisals
- Investment accounts related to the corporation
- Ownership of motor vehicles, aircraft or watercraft, real estate such as retirement and vacation homes, heirlooms, inheritances, memberships, collectibles and other assets
The sooner you contact our knowledgeable high-asset divorce lawyer, the sooner a course of action can be charted to protect your interests. Schedule a confidential initial consultation with Michella K. Melton by calling 214-449-1900, or by contact us by email. We can help.