Business Asset Protection in Divorce
Work With An Experienced Alpharetta Divorce Lawyer
You have worked hard to build your business, and you should not have to
worry about losing all of that in your divorce. Shielding your business
assets may be one of your top priorities at this time. Let us help. At
The Law Offices of David E. Oles, we are very familiar with the laws regarding
asset division in the state of Georgia and we are prepared to help you protect your assets
during this difficult time. Our attorney also has
20 years of business law experience, making him especially qualified to handle business asset protection matters
pertaining to divorce.
Credibility & Experience on Your Side
As a former business owner himself, Attorney David Edward Oles, Sr. brings
an invaluable level of experience and credibility to this area of family
law. He earned a bachelor's degree in business administration and
an MBA in finance before graduating from Harvard Law School. His work
as a business and estate planner and as general counsel for two publicly
traded companies adds to his ability to help business owners in the divorce process.
Should I sign a pre- or post-nuptial agreement?
Studies show that over half of all modern marriages end in divorce. At
The Law Offices of David E. Oles, we always encourage couples to sign
pre- or post-nuptial agreements in order to protect their businesses and
other interests and avoid the hassle of conflicts surrounding asset division
should the marriage end. If you are interested in taking this proactive step,
contact our Alpharetta law office right away.
Protecting Your Interests in the State of Georgia
If you are contemplating divorce and have not signed a pre- or post-nuptial
agreement, we can help you take steps now to protect your business. As
opposed to "community property" states such as Arizona and California,
in the state of Georgia marital property must be divided equitably - but
not necessarily equally - in a divorce. The final decision regarding your
property division will be up to the discretion of your individual judge
or jury. This fact underscores the importance of hiring a competent Alpharetta
divorce lawyer who will protect your interests eloquently and aggressively.
Learn more when you schedule a
free case evaluation with our knowledgeable and caring divorce attorney.