When spouses divorce, one of the biggest issues they have to resolve is the division of assets. When one or both spouses have ownership interest in a family business, it can be difficult to determine what will happen to the business in the future.
At Wilder Mahood McKinley & Oglesby, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, we have the experience, knowledge and resources to help our clients determine accurate valuations of their assets and to present that information in divorce litigation.
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Our attorneys are among the most respected in the state when it comes to resolving complex divorces. With the assistance of forensic accountants, business valuators and other financial experts, they can determine the actual value of a family business or closely held corporation, whether or not the business is a marital asset, and the ownership interest of each spouse.
They use this information to determine how those assets should be apportioned in negotiation or mediation in advance of a divorce settlement, or as evidence in a divorce trial.
Our lawyers also assist clients in determining ownership and valuation in matters involving shares in public corporations and other business entities.
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Over the years, Wilder Mahood McKinley & Oglesby has successfully represented hundreds of clients, ranging from small-business owners to shareholders in multimillion-dollar corporations. Our Pittsburgh family business attorneys can help you obtain an accurate business valuation, as well as assertively defend your interests in that business in the face of a divorce proceeding.
For more information about how our law firm can help you with your family business valuation and division concerns, contact us online or by calling 412-261-4040.