Does The End Of Your Marriage Mean The End Of Your Business?

When facing divorce, many Pennsylvania small-business owners have serious concerns about what this process will mean for their company. You worked hard to grow your business, and it may seem unfair that your spouse could take a significant portion of it. At The Law Offices of Campana, Hoffa, Morrone & Lovecchio, P.C., we understand it is important to protect your business interests, and our experienced divorce lawyers can help.

Our goal is to help our divorce clients effectively navigate the divorce process and emerge to a strong and stable post-divorce future. If your goal is to keep your small business intact or preserve specific business-related assets, we will strive to reach a resolution that suits your objectives and needs. With decades of experience, our firm has the tools to successfully guide our clients through complex and high-asset divorces.

Fighting For Your Long-Term Success

Addressing complex and valuable assets can be some of the most difficult assets of a divorce. It may not be easy to agree on how to divide these assets fairly and in a way that allows for the continuation of your operations. Our attorneys are skilled divorce negotiators and litigators, and we will employ our experience in a way that is beneficial for your individual situation. Our team can help protect your small-business interests in the following ways:

  • Appropriately value your business
  • Negotiate a settlement
  • Guide you toward smart and practical decisions

Having an accurate value of your small business is an important factor in negotiating a fair settlement. We work with experienced and knowledgeable forensic accountants who can help you understand what your business is really worth and how you can protect your interests.

On Your Side From The Very Beginning

From the very beginning stages of your divorce, we will work with you to pursue a fair outcome that protects your business through years to come. Whether this is through a negotiated settlement with your spouse or in the court, we will tenaciously defend your future and your rights at every step.

Learn more about how we can help you by calling our office at 570-279-4163 or emailing us for an appointment. Located in Williamsport, we serve clients throughout Lycoming County and beyond.