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Creating a Smooth Process for Business Owners During Divorce

Small business owners make up the vast majority of American businesses. They are predominantly held by private partners and families. This makes businesses especially vulnerable during divorce proceedings. Your business, including your share of a jointly owned business, is often subject to property division orders. Maintain your source of income and financial health by working with a capable, attentive divorce attorney.

Individuals and families in the greater Chicago metropolitan area trust Fay, Farrow & Associates, P.C. attorneys with the sensitive and logistically challenging issues that arise during divorce. We focus on effective legal services that achieve your optimal outcome. Take a proactive approach to the law by calling 630-961-0060.

Do You Understand Your Options?

We begin your case by paying attention to the small details and taking steps to properly evaluate your business's worth. Then, we help you decide what legal path is best for you, including:

  • Buying your business from your spouse through other marital assets
  • Reaching a property settlement with a significant one-time payment
  • Establishing a long-term settlement option that involves multiple payments over time
  • Selling or liquidating your business

During property division, a complicated asset like a business can be a contentious issue. For many individuals, their business is their legacy. We understand that, during this emotionally charged process, you need a business-minded ally who can help you strategize. We help manage your expectations and evaluate your options.

Take Control of Your Business's Future

Our lawyers are focused on your future. We understand that the decisions you make today will impact your opportunities for future growth. Get the information and tools you need to build your future as you see fit. Schedule your free initial consultation today at 630-961-0060.

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