Business Owner Divorce eBook

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Learn How to Divide Your Family Business with Bryan Fagan’s Business Owner Divorce eBook

Generally, the more property involved in a divorce, the longer the process takes and the higher the stakes will be. If you and your spouse share a business or one spouse owns and operates a business, your divorce may be more complex. This is true whether one spouse started a business before getting married, or both spouses opened a business together. Nevertheless, an attorney can help you through the entire legal process, and the more information you have, the less stressful your case will be.

As such, Attorney Bryan Fagan has provided a helpful Business Owner Divorce eBook, where you can learn more about what to consider – and what to expect.

Throughout the eBook, Attorney Fagan covers:

  • Community vs. separate property
  • Business valuation
  • Closely held businesses
  • Assets and interests
  • Complex property division
  • High net worth divorces
  • The role of financial experts
  • How an attorney can help

If you and/or your spouse are the owner, director, primary shareholder, managing member, or partner of a small- or medium-sized business, Attorney Fagan’s Business Owner Divorce eBook is for you. There are many factors to consider and many ways to resolve disputes with your spouse, and the eBook discusses all your legal options.

Of course, no free online resource can replace personalized and focused representation from a seasoned family law attorney. Fortunately, you’ve already discovered the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC, and our lawyers are eager to help you get informed and achieve your goals.

To download our free Business Owner Divorce eBook, simply fill out the form at the bottom of this page.

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