Business Valuation, Complex Financial Cases

For complex financial cases, we work with forensic accountants, appraisers, vocational evaluators, and other professionals to assist with various issues, including:

  • Cash flow available for support analyses
  • Business valuations
  • Tracing of community and separate property rights
  • Real estate appraisals
  • Vocational evaluations
  • Imputation of income
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If you are a self-employed person, or if you and your spouse have a business partnership together, it may be difficult to determine the division of the business in a divorce. There are a few things that can be taken into consideration when separating, and all legalities should be addressed by a certified family law attorney from The Law Offices of Bobette Fleishman.

It's important to consider the following:

  • All assets, loan and debts
  • Tax return and other business information
  • Current market conditions

At our firm, we look at all important information regarding your business and help you reach an amicable resolution to your case. Bobette Fleishman has nearly 40-years of legal experience representing the Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, Los Angeles County, and Ventura County communities. Our team may be able to assist you, as well.

How to Value a Business in a California Divorce

When you retain the representation of our firm, we begin by looking at your business and determining the overall worth of the business and its assets. We then conduct an inventory of the assets and review all loans and debts to partners or investors. All necessary information about the business is gathered from records and tax returns.

The laws in California governing business valuation and division can be difficult to understand, but with the representation of a Westlake Village divorce lawyer from our firm, you may be able to reach an agreeable resolution. If, through the investigative process, it is determined that your business cannot be easily divided, we can enlist the assistance of appraisers, forensic accountants and other experts to help.

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