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Wilmington Business Valuation Lawyers

Business valuation can be one of the most legally and technically complex areas of divorce law. If you own property with your spouse, however, it is an essential step to property division.

The Lea/Schultz Law Firm, P.C., a law firm dedicated to family and domestic law, has helped a multitude of clients with divorces involving business valuation. We will meet with you to understand your situation and advise on next steps for division of your company.

For help with a divorce involving a business valuation, contact us today at 910-208-4399, or toll free at 877-867-5053, to schedule an initial consultation.

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In order to divide a business in a fair and equitable matter, a number of factors are taken into consideration, including:

  • Nature of the business
  • Earning capacity
  • Net worth and current financial condition
  • Earnings and expense history
  • Economic outlook for the business and for the industry
  • Dividend paying capacity
  • Stock prices, if any

Once figures for the above have been determined, a skilled business appraiser will make a projection of the company's future value and earning potential.

A successful business valuation requires a high degree of cooperation between your lawyer and the business appraiser. James W. Lea, a skilled Wilmington business valuation attorney, has the know-how to ensure the evaluation process is completed as efficiently as possible.

Trust your complex financial divorce to experienced, dedicated professionals who care. Call us at 910-208-4399, or toll free at 877-867-5053, to schedule an initial consultation. Or, if you prefer, contact us by e-mail using our online submission form. From our Wilmington law office, we serve clients throughout Southeastern North Carolina.

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