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Business ownership issues in divorce

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There are many potential issues when one or both members of a divorcing couple own all or part of one or more businesses. In most cases, property acquired during a marriage is marital property, meaning that if one spouse created or grew a business during the marriage, the other will have an interest.

Lerch Early divorce attorneys work with business owners and their spouses to navigate issues related to businesses as it affects divorce.

For more about business ownership in divorce, see “Don’t Lose Your Business Along with Your Marriage.”

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