Divorce for Professionals Lawyers in St. Louis

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Protecting You and Your Practice During the Divorce Process

Are you a fellow lawyer, doctor, dentist, accountant or other professional seeking divorce representation? As an individual with a high net-worth, you are especially concerned with protecting your assets. You may even own your own professional practice that you will want to protect during the divorce process. With more than 25 years of experience on our side, the Roberts Law Firm, P.C. can help you protect what is yours.

To discuss your case with one of our St. Louis divorce for professionals attorneys, call us at 636-530-9199 or send us an e-mail.

The Question of Valuation

If you have a small stake in a professional practice, such as a law firm, an accounting firm or a medical practice, how do you determine the value of your stake? Our lawyers know the answer to that question. We know how to handle complex valuation issues for professionals going through a divorce.

Professional Practices Are Different From Other Businesses

If you own your own professional practice, it is important to understand that, while some elements of divorce for business owners are the same, professional practices are treated differently under the law. They can be valued differently from other businesses.

As the owner of a professional practice, the value does not come from the goods you sell. The value of your business comes from the services you perform. Without you, the value of your business would decline substantially. In other words, the name of your business alone has little or no value. This impacts how your business will be valued. We understand the nuances of determining the value of professional practices.

Contact Us About Divorce for Professionals

We are prepared to use our more than 25 years of family law experience to benefit you. Send us an e-mail or call us at 636-530-9199.

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