An Experienced South Jersey Lawyer On Your Side
Often, people need advice in a divorce process with regard to ownership of small businesses, whether the business ventures are considered premarital, singularly owned or co-owned by both spouses or multiple owners.
Sometimes one spouse might own the business, but the other spouse has had a dynamic and active role in its development and success or is exaggerating what role he or she has had.
Whatever your particular situation is, the first step is to have an experienced attorney properly characterize the business entity by gathering the significant facts and circumstances of your situation and advise you as to its relevance according to the New Jersey divorce laws of equitable distribution.
After this first step is taken, it might be necessary to determine (with the help of forensic experts) the business assets/liabilities, income derived from a business, equity put into a business, expenses paid to further the business and all the other aspects of running a small business.
A Reputable, Experienced South Jersey Attorney
Attorney Christopher Rade Musulin, Esquire, with the firm has represented clients with every kind of fact pattern involving business ownership in the divorce process.
A Fellow of the Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and a lawyer with over 34 years of experience, he will take the time in your first consultation to access your situation and apply it to the New Jersey divorce laws of equitable distribution so that you leave Musulin Law Firm, LLC, with a realistic vision of how this ownership would fit in with your overall divorce process.
He is well-versed in alternative dispute resolution as well, having been an active divorce mediator for as long as he has been a divorce and family law attorney.
Control The Fate Of Your Small Business
We are directly across from the New Jersey Superior Court, Burlington County. Serving all of South Jersey including Medford, Moorestown, Mt. Laurel, Marlton, Shamong, Tabernacle, Pemberton, Maple Shade, Delran, Delanco, and Cinnaminson.