Divorce can be a difficult process. You and your spouse need to make many important decisions about how you want to divide your property after your marriage ends. One of the most complex property division issues arises when one spouse owns a business.
Under California law, the business is still classified as community property. If you are the managing spouse, you have a fiduciary obligation to openly discuss and fully disclose business decisions to your spouse.
At the Orange County Law Offices of Dorie A. Rogers, we understand complex property division, including the division of family-owned businesses. We can utilize experts to help you determine the proper value of your business and help ensure you receive an equitable share.