Professional Practices in Divorce
Experienced Divorce Representation for Professionals in Florida
It can take years of hard work, education and training to build a successful professional practice. A divorce may put all of this at risk and result in a financial disaster that cannot be overcome. That is why it is important to have an experienced attorney on your side who can help get a proper valuation on your practice or business and advise you on the best way to proceed.
At the Law Offices of Roberta Kohn, P.A., our legal team has extensive experience handling cases concerning professional athletes, doctors, lawyers, accountants, business owners and in divorce. We can help determine whether your practice is subject to division and, if so, how to make sure the division is carried out equitably. Contact our Florida family law attorney online or call 888-873-9909 to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation.
We Represent All Types of Professionals
Our Tampa divorce lawyer can help professionals of all types, regardless of whether you own your own practice or are in a group or business structure, such as a partnership, LLC or corporation or are employed by an individual, corporation or entity and are facing a divorce, including:
- Business owners
Regardless of the type of your profession, you have worked too hard to build your estate, business or practice to risk it all in a divorce. We can help make sure that any property division is carried out fairly and equitably.
Finding a Solution That Fits You
Every divorce case involving professionals is unique and we will work to find a resolution that is tailored to fit your situation. These cases can be complex. If you owned your practice prior to the marriage, it will likely not be considered marital property and will not be subject to division. However, if the value of your practice has grown or if you have spent more money on developing your practice during your marriage, then some of that value may be considered marital property and will be subject to division.
In some cases, business dissolution may be a better option than trying to hold onto the practice. There may also be concerns surrounding marital agreements and the status of the professional practice. If confidentiality surrounding your practice is a concern, then collaborative divorce or a divorce through mediation may be a better option for you. In any case, we will thoroughly review your situation, listen to your concerns and help you find a resolution that is right for you.
Call for an Initial Consultation With a Tampa Business Dissolution Attorney
A divorce that involves a professional practice can raise many complex issues regarding property division. It is important to have a legal representative who understands these unique issues in your corner. Contact our Hillsborough County property division lawyer online or call 888-873-9909 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your situation.
Our office is conveniently located near the site of the Wiregrass Mall. It is easily accessible from Tampa and surrounding areas, including Pinellas, Hernando, Citrus, Manatee and Sarasota Counties via I-275, I-75 or the Veteran’s Expressway.