Family Law & Marital Dissolution
In preparation for a dissolution of marriage, a couple's assets and liabilities are valued, regardless of adherence to equitable distribution or community property rules. Frequently, one of the assets included in the marital estate is an interest in a closely-held business, and it is typical to have the business or business interest valued.
Evaluating and separating jointly held marital assets and debts is one of the biggest challenges in many divorces. Getting through this challenging time smoothly and fairly is often a top priority. However, dividing assets and debts can be extremely complex. A forensic accountant can assist in valuing marital assets and determining income available for support.
We can help you and your former spouse reach a fair settlement and define a clear direction forward for a sounder, more secure future. As you work through the financial aspects of divorce, the forensic and litigation support team at Shilts CPA can provide you with the sophisticated advice you deserve.
We have helped individuals, businesses, organizations and governmental entities with a diverse array of financial services. Shilts CPA can fairly value marital assets, including closely held business interests, calculate income available for support, assist with litigation proceedings, provide investigative and forensic accounting services, and help resolve financial disputes.