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It can be difficult to divide a restaurant when you and your spouse are divorcing. Family-owned restaurants are often a labor of love as well as a business venture. The first step in dividing a restaurant for a divorce is to determine its value. Below, we discuss how to value a restaurant after a divorce.…

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While there are several ways to approach valuing a business during a Denver divorce, we leave this to experts who regularly appraise businesses for divorce or sale. We have trusted appraisers and experts we enlist when necessary to put a fair value on your business. They help us understand what impacts the total value of…

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There are several ways to value a private medical practice for a divorce, but we recommend leaving this to professionals. When we handle a divorce that includes a private medical practice, we rely on appraisers and experts who can weigh the numerous factors that are necessary to consider for determining a credible estimate of value.…

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When you established your veterinary practice, chances are you did not anticipate that your business would be on the property division list for your divorce. Your veterinary practice is marital property (i.e., property and assets either spouse acquired during the marriage) under Colorado law, unless you started your practice before you were married or excluded…

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A “gray divorce” carries added stress for couples over 50 who must divide the property they accumulated together over the years before they go their separate ways. If you are over 50 years old and contemplating a divorce, make sure you receive an equitable portion of the marital property, which includes all assets and income…

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