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Helping Livingston County Business Owners During Divorce Proceedings

The financial aspects of divorce can be difficult for anybody, but they can be particularly important (and harrowing) for business owners. Determining whether or not your spouse is entitled to a portion of the value of the business under Michigan law is one of the many questions that can be difficult to answer.

At Gormley Law Offices, PLC, our lawyers have more than three decades of combined experience seeking the best possible property division resolutions for our clients in Livingston County, and across Michigan. Call us at 517-219-9301 for a no-cost, no-obligation consultation.

It Starts With An Accurate Valuation

Finding the correct value of the business can have widespread repercussions for your division of assets but it’s far from an exact science.

Our Livingston County based attorneys can help find the common areas where money is misreported. We work diligently so your business is accurately valued. We know how to avoid the “double dip” concept, wherein marital assets are double counted, leaving you paying more for the amount of money.

When representing business owners, we work with CPAs and appraisers — both real estate and personal property. We comb through all the paperwork and details, charting everything so you’re not left owing more than you need to.

Contact Us To See How We Can Help

Would you like to speak with an attorney regarding your business assets and how they may be divided? To schedule your free consultation, call 517-219-9301. You may also reach us online. Our office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, with weekend and evening hours by appointment.