Helping You Determine The Value Of Your Business And Asset Holdings
Divorcing spouses who own family or closely held businesses and other assets face specific challenges when determining their value for the purposes of an agreed property settlement or in a contested divorce hearing. Valuation must include the current value of property assets, as well as the value of future earnings.
Customer good will and the discounts to valuation may also be taken into consideration. When the business is a professional practice, goodwill is only valued if it exists separate and apart from the professional’s license. It is important to determine if the factors would exist which would permit any valuation of goodwill to be made in that instance.
Representation With Decades Of Experience
If your pending divorce in Central Texas will involve business valuation, division of business property and other asset valuation, it is critical to have an experienced attorney protecting your financial interests. At Prater, Ridley & Llamas - Attorneys at Law, our attorneys have more than 110 years of combined experience providing aggressive advocacy for our clients.
Founding attorney Carol E. Prater is board certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, and she exclusively practices family law. During her practice, she has tried more than 200 jury trials to verdict, working to ensure her clients’ rights are protected.
To us, trying jury trials is an art that comes with experience, and if your business or property estate is one of the things that will be impacted by your divorce, you need a thorough and effective lawyer behind you.
An Entire Team Looking Out For Your Best Interests
We hire appraisers to assist with the business valuation and asset valuation process, and we work with experts to help ensure your assets — including real estate holdings, equipment and future earnings potential — are accounted for and properly valuated.
Our firm combines experience, resourcefulness and technology to offer our clients sophisticated representation focused on achieving the best possible outcome for every case. We practice with integrity, including responsive communications and setting clear expectations with our clients.
Our fees are competitive and based on transparent billing policies. We accept major credit cards for your convenience.
Get Guidance Through Business And Asset Valuation
From our office in Temple, our lawyers provide legal counsel for clients in Bell County and communities throughout Central Texas. Our general office hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and evening and weekend appointments are available by special arrangement. Call us at 254-773-9081 to discuss your legal concerns. You may also use our convenient email contact form to request a consultation with an attorney.