Family Businesses & Divorce

Facing the complexities of running a business during a divorce can be overwhelming. Our team of expert family business lawyers and accountants is here to help. Whether you’re a business owner or the spouse of one, we have the specialized knowledge and experience to support you through every stage of the divorce process. We understand the importance of having professionals who can carefully evaluate the business, assets, and tax implications to ensure a fair and equitable divorce settlement. Let us guide you towards a successful resolution.

Since 1985, our experienced family business lawyers have been offering reliable legal counsel to help navigate the complexities of various situations. Whether you’re preparing for a divorce or needing assistance after it has been filed, we have the expertise to assist you. Count on us to provide tailored solutions, specifically addressing the valuation of assets and the tax implications of asset division. With our support, you can stay focused on your business while we handle the legal complexities of your divorce.


  • Valuation of business
  • Valuation of assets
  • Marital and nonmarital property
  • Discovery of business finances
  • Transfer of business
  • Asset protection
  • Injunctions
  • Tax consequences


Our experienced staff is well-equipped to guide you through the intricate financial decisions that come with being a business owner. We offer expertise in clarifying both the divorce and tax implications of each decision, ensuring you can make informed choices.

Choose a team of reliable and skilled business and family attorneys to support you during your divorce, even if it was not your choice. Contact us now to schedule a consultation with our team.

Contact Our Trusted Team

Our full-service law office in Johnstown can help you come up with a plan for your business in your divorce. Call us toll-free at 724-832-2499, chat or email with us today to schedule your initial consultation.


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