Santa Barbara Business Valuation Attorney
Ensuring Business Assets Are Protected during Divorce Proceedings
A divorce can mean the future of your business is in jeopardy. We have a record of giving Santa Barbara business owners peace of mind when it comes to a business valuation. We work with outside CPAs and other such experts who can help us gather and analyze information that could mean the difference in building a strong case. We can build a strategy to help you get the most when a divorce threatens your business, whether that’s retaining control as the sole owner or taking a buyout from your ex-spouse.
When valuing your business, we can employ some of the following methods and more:
- Evaluation of sales proceeds
- Assessment of book values
- Adjustment of book values
- Assessment of going concern value
- Assessment of liquidation value
- Determination of capitalized earnings
Begin building a strategy to preserve your business. Call Morales Law, P.C. at (805) 422-7966 today for a free consultation with a Santa Barbara business valuation attorney.
Your Business Can Survive
Like any community, but especially a tourist destination such as Santa Barbara, the backbone of our city owes its sturdiness to the hardworking owners of businesses large and small – business owners like you. Whether you are a big- or small-business owner, we know it’s not your hobby. Your business means the survival of your way of life – and the way you enjoy it, too.
A divorce can not only threaten what you’ve built, but threaten your way of life. Don’t let it. We can help you build a strategy that can increase your chances of keeping ownership over your business when the dust settles.
Responsive & Personalized
Working with attorney Marcus Morales and the team at Morales Law means getting a responsive and personalized experience. We know what you’re up against, and we understand you’re working with us because you’ve reached a difficult point in your life. We want to help. Contact us today.
“Morales Law renewed my faith in the judicial system”