Don’t Let Your Divorce Ruin Your Business

While New Jersey law aims to divide property equitably during a divorce, the definition of what is fair and equitable can be difficult to quantify when it pertains to business assets.

If a business was started before the marriage but grew considerably during the marriage, how did each spouse contribute to its success? If a business was started during the marriage, does each partner have ownership rights?

An experienced family law attorney can help you discover answers to these questions and more, while increasing the odds that the business you worked hard to grow doesn't become a casualty of your divorce.

At Cohn Lifland Pearlman Herrmann & Knopf LLP, we've successfully represented clients in northern New Jersey for over 90 years. Our legal team has earned an esteemed reputation for dedication to our clients and skills both in and out of the court room. If you're concerned about the fate of your business, retirement funds or investments in property division during your divorce, call us today. One of our experienced lawyers can answer your questions and create a personalized strategy for your case.

Skilled Attorneys With Business And Family Law Experience

When it comes to dividing business assets and ownership during a divorce, don't leave your financial future and the future of your company to chance. You need a legal advocate who can help make sure your business remains strong, as well as your personal financial status. We don't want the years you spent growing your business to go to waste. If your intention is to continue to expand and operate your business after separating from your partner, we'll fight tirelessly to help you retain the assets and ownership rights you need to do so.

The attorneys at Cohn Lifland Pearlman Herrmann & Knopf LLP have extensive experience with both business and family law. We have the resources and skills to advocate for your interests in a variety of matters and will work with you to determine your goals during and after your divorce. When needed, we'll consult with external evaluators such as forensic accountants to prepare and present a solid defense for your case.

What Do You Need To Know About Divorce For Business Owners?

We can help protect your business interests during a divorce. Call our office in Saddle Brook today at 201-845-9600 or send us a message online.