Business Asset Protection in Divorce
You have poured your blood, sweat, and tears into your business, and you should not have to worry about losing it in your divorce. If you are going through a divorce, or are about to do so, you need to retain strong representation in order to ensure your business assets are fully protected. Your spouse may try to gain control over some or all of your business assets in your divorce, and a skilled attorney can help prevent that from being the case.
At the Law Offices of David E Oles, LLC, we are committed to guiding our clients through their divorces and protecting their best interests in the process. Backed by over 20 years of business law experience, our attorney has a comprehensive understanding of this complex area of law. This experience makes him especially qualified to handle business asset protection matters pertaining to divorce. You can trust us to provide you with the effective representation you deserve.
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.
Our divorce attorney can help you:
- Effectively plan ahead to avoid disaster
- Make well-informed legal and business decisions
- Draft a bulletproof pre- or post-nuptial agreement
- Aggressively advocate for your business assets both in and out of the courtroom
Uniquely Positioned for Success
As a former business owner himself, Attorney David Edward Oles, Sr. brings a high level of experience and credibility to this specific 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. Our legal team can help protect your rights as we navigate you throughout every stage of your divorce.