A Team Of Experienced Family Law Professionals
For business owners, divorce raises complex issues. The business must be properly valued and characterized as marital or separate property. These determinations affect how the business interests will be divided. Given the complicated and often disputed nature of such determinations, achieving a fair resolution can readily become an uphill battle.
Experienced legal guidance is critical for Waukesha business owners facing divorce. At the family law practice of Jacobson Legal Group, S.C., our lawyers possess the legal, business and financial acumen necessary for effectively navigating such cases. Attorney Karyn Gimbel Youso is devoted exclusively to family law issues and with more than 20 years of experience, a wealth of legal insights, skills and knowledge, she works to protect what is important to business owners in divorce.
We understand the emotional and financial impact of divorce, and we offer an effective model for containing costs by delegating tasks between our family law professionals.
Navigating Business And Financial Complexities
We provide professional legal guidance for clients who have ownership interests in any type of business such as:
- Sole proprietorships
- Limited liability partnerships
- Limited liability companies
- Family partnerships
Our attorneys can assist you in navigating the legal hurdles surrounding valuation, characterization and division of business interests, including how to account for:
- Business goodwill
- Sweat equity
- Accounts receivable
- Debts and loans
- Intellectual property
- Inherited business interests
- Tax liabilities
Where appropriate, our attorneys consult with appraisers, tax advisers and other experts to ensure thoroughness and accuracy.
Traditional And Collaborative Solutions
Our lawyers are committed to utilizing low-conflict approaches such as Collaborative Divorce wherever possible. Both are mediators who are extensively trained in Collaborative Law. We draw on this training to negotiate favorable outcomes and advise feasible agreements for clients. In many cases, pursuing a settlement offers greater flexibility in preserving the ongoing life of the business.
However, we recognize that some cases cannot be fully resolved outside of court. In such cases, you can rely on us for strong and effective advocacy in court.
Contact Us · Waukesha County Family Law/Family Business Attorneys Serving Entire Metro Area
To learn more about how to protect your business in a divorce, call 262-780-0460 or contact us online. Our attorneys offer no-obligation initial consultations for a single flat fee.
Our office is located in Brookfield, Wisconsin, just off Interstate 94. We serve clients throughout the Milwaukee metro and surrounding areas.