The End Of Your Marriage Is Not The End Of Your Business

Divorce will bring many changes to your life, and as a New Hampshire business owner, you may be wondering how these changes will impact your business operations. At Follender Law Offices, P.L.L.C., we understand your concerns, and we can offer you the guidance you need to preserve your business interests and financial security during the divorce process.

Our experienced attorney Rick Follender has been helping Nashua residents with their divorce-related concerns for over 35 years. Property division is one of the most complex and emotionally charged issues in a divorce, but the end of your marriage does not have to bring the end of your business. We can help you protect the company you worked hard to build or secure the appropriate share of marital assets you deserve.

Protecting The Value Of Your Business

If property division is not properly handled during divorce, it can be detrimental to your property rights and your financial future. Rick Follender understands the complexities of these matters, and he can help you negotiate or fight for a final order that allows for the uninterrupted continuation of your operations and future success of your company.

Our lawyer also helps the spouses of business owners fight for their rightful share of marital property. Through an appropriate valuation of business assets, you can pursue a division of marital assets, including business-related assets, to ensure your security long after your divorce is final.

We Know How And Where To Look For Assets

Whether you think your spouse could be attempting to hide assets, take more than his or her fair share or take measures that could ultimately result in an unfair and inappropriate property division order, we can help. We will carefully evaluate your situation in order to develop a strategy that allows you to pursue your unique goals and fight for the outcome you deserve.

Before you make any divorce-related decision or agree to a property division negotiation settlement, you would be wise to seek a complete evaluation of your case. Reach out today at 603-577-8757 or email our office to schedule your free initial consultation. Learn how our personal service, dedication to client results and decades of experience can benefit you.