Dividing Business And Corporate Properties

Following a divorce or separation, it’s important to identify what your legal rights are to any business interests and what consequences may result in dividing a business before you sign any documents.

At Henderson Heinrichs LLP, our family lawyers have over 20 years of experience guiding clients through the complexities of corporate and family law. Based in Vancouver, BC, our legal team has specific insights regarding this area of law to assist you with making informed business decisions after the breakdown of a relationship.

How Will Dividing A Business Affect Me?

It’s essential that before you make any business decisions regarding your ownership, interests or financial shares that you understand how those decisions will affect your role in business operations. This applies to both married couples and common-law couples.

Using this approach we review the good, the bad, the risks, and the choices that need to be made regarding your options. Understanding the outcomes beforehand will help you make better decisions for your future. Our solutions range from structuring settlements aimed at limiting tax consequences to providing or receiving compensation from your partner regarding shares, stocks and other shared business interests.

Legal Advice Tailored To Your Specific Needs

There’s more than one way to resolve business matters during divorce or separation proceedings. Our goal is to assist you with finding the situation that will make sense for you, your family and your business.

At Henderson Heinrichs LLP, our legal team will highlight the likelihood of achieving your goals through settlement negotiations, mediation proceedings or litigation. Moving forward with the strategy that works best, we will provide a customized legal strategy that specifically targets the goals you want to achieve.

Protect Your Business. Protect Yourself.

Learn more about our legal services. Call our firm at 1-844-669-3500 or arrange a free half-hour consultation using our online booking form.