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A Complex Divorce As Your Business Partnership Ends

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Over the years, you and your spouse have been working together as business partners. One of you is a contractor, doing manual labor – putting in plumbing, framing houses, installing electrical systems, or working on residential or commercial construction projects. Your spouse helps you run the office by doing the books, taking calls and connecting with other contractors and potential clients.

It has turned into a great partnership, but now the two of you have decided to get a divorce, and it is coming to an end. You know the process is going to be complex and difficult. You’re essentially dividing a small business, which leads to conversations about assets, ownership percentages, business valuations and much more.

Your income is at stake. Your livelihood hinges on the outcome of this divorce. You both depend on each other far more than other married couples, and the impact of the divorce will be felt in almost every aspect of your life. It is critical to know where you stand and what options you have.

Working With Us

When you come to Fried and Fried, P.A., in Fort Myers, Florida, you get a dedicated and hardworking legal team. Our attorneys will help you sort through all of the complex details and work toward the best possible outcome. When you choose our firm, you get:

  • A board-certified attorney
  • More than 70 years of combined experience
  • Confidential consultations
  • An impressive track record in court
  • Superb communication
  • Flexible payment options

You also get the personal attention that you deserve. Our legal team puts you first. We meet with you face-to-face. We give you updates as the case progresses. We get to know you, and we understand exactly what you want out of the divorce. You will never feel like the process is unfolding without your input. You know that you matter to our firm. We have built our reputation with this type of professional approach, and you will appreciate it at every step.

Meeting With Us

If you want to set up a consultation to learn more about how we can help you, please just give us our lawyers a call at 239-243-9287 or contact us online. When your business hangs in the balance, you cannot afford to leave anything up to chance. We will make sure you don’t.