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Business Valuation in Divorce

Business Valuation in Divorce

To David Gabriel from divorce client: I’m not sure how to thank you for your kindness, legal guidance, friendship, & humor but no other person could fill your shoes! With much gratitude.

North Andover

I needed the honest and straight forward advice of an attorney. Your carefully advised me of my options and then represented me in a very professional and aggressive manner, resulting in the best outcome I could have hoped for in my situation.

Beverly, Massachusetts

He had uncanny insight in knowing what information had to be sought after. He never allowed the other party to waste my time or money. His diligence, persistence and thoroughness not only won me my case, but more than I ever expected.

Donna T. Waltham

Your excellent legal representation saved Josephs life. People often joke about lawyers and refer to them in cruel ways. Its too bad because you are such an exceptional human being. Thank you!

Lisa & Joseph
Peabody, MA

I would like to express my sincere thanks and gratitude for the professional, yet down-to-earth manner in which you recently represented me. You answered all of my questions both thoroughly and truthfully.

Peabody, MA

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Business Valuation in Divorce

If you and your spouse own a business or have partnership interests that are difficult to divide in a divorce settlement, it is important to work with attorneys who have the means to seek a fair valuation. At David M. Gabriel & Associates, our lawyers have the knowledge and professional relationships necessary to seek an appropriate valuation of property subject to division in divorce.

Attorneys Offering Valuation Guidance in High Net Worth Divorce

With the guidance of financial experts, forensic accountants and other appropriate specialists, our attorneys will obtain equitable business valuations for purposes of complex property division.

An accurate and detailed valuation is necessary when a family-owned business or partnership interest is involved. In such cases, it is detrimental to the ongoing value of the business to sell and divide, or may even be impossible to divide at the time of the divorce. Once an asset or property has been given a fair monetary value, one spouse can receive half of that value through different means than selling and dividing the proceeds.

We will also take into account the tax consequences of divorce when negotiating an equitable divorce settlement and spousal support. This is especially relevant in high-asset divorces.

Financial Guidance for Complex Divorce

Our goal is to offer quality legal representation that is affordable and easily accessible. We are proud to provide professional financial guidance and excellent customer service for a reasonable legal fee.

Call our law office for assistance with business valuation in divorce. With offices in Beverly, Salem, and Burlington, Massachusetts, we serve the Boston North Shore region.

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