How Will Your Business Weather The Storm?

You've built and piloted your business through plenty of storms and turbulence. For small-business owners, a divorce can feel like the end of your growing business. The thought of dividing or even losing control of what you've worked so hard to build can be unthinkable. At Bill Beck Law, we can help preserve your business and resolve important questions and issues such as:

  • Will I lose control of my business?
  • Will I need to sell or shut down my business?
  • How do I deal with hidden or unreported income?
  • Is my spouse entitled to half of the business?
  • How is a practical division accomplished?
  • How do I preserve the value of my business?
  • What if my spouse knows nothing about my business?
  • What if my spouse and I work together in the business?
  • How do I run the business during the divorce?
  • How do I account for revenue and income when I still have business expenses to pay?
  • How does a divorce affect health insurance coverage for my spouse?
  • Am I required to continue to support my spouse?
  • How does business revenue factor into child support?

You may not have considered some of these issues or you may have many more questions that keep you up at night. But rest assured, we have dealt with these issues, and many more. We are ready to help. Many different approaches can be utilized when your small business is one of the assets to be considered in the divorce. Contact my office for an evaluation of your specific situation and issues.

At Bill Beck Law, we focus on pursuing creative solutions that preserve and protect your business against the issues in divorce.

Protecting Personal Service Businesses/Practices

For professionals who have built their own professional service practices, the vast majority of the value of your practice may be intrinsically tied to you: your experience, your expertise, your education and the goodwill you've built over the years of serving your clients and the community. Different issues face a professional service business which require special attention. Some of the types of professionals we assist include:

  • Lawyers
  • Doctors
  • Dentists
  • Accountants and CPAs
  • Brokers
  • Consultants
  • Transportation professionals

Experience With Small Businesses In Divorce

At Bill Beck Law, we know that few assets hold as much attention and value as a small business. Our strategic approach to protecting your business during the division of property can help ensure that you and your business weather the storms and continue to thrive long after the clouds of divorce have passed.

For a free initial consultation, call 727-493-4229 or contact us by email.