Who owns the business after a divorce ? It’s best to seek help of mediator to work out options to go forward.
DISPUTES OVER JOINTLY OWNED BUSINESS
There are a lot of couples who own a joint business. Upon separation, it is important that this business is split or if they decide to carry it forward as it is, they have to split the profits according to a deed.
The basic needs of a child are to be fulfilled through the financial support and it is equally important that the child’s entertainment is funded equally by both parents. Parents must take an interest in the life of the child and at least one must be there to take an active part in taking his care.
Many parents understand the importance of dividing business assets among them and many of them don’t. The matter can be very complicated and personal because the situation here is to divide the assets of the business which can be personal to a parent as well.
Some other points are also considered while deciding the amount other than the income of the parents.
Many methods of child maintenance are present and some of them are not enforceable by law.
There is no use of including the court in this matter as this can be very personal for the parents and sometimes the parents are not comfortable sharing such information with anyone.
Are mediators provide a friendly environment so that parents are not uncomfortable while sharing any information about their income or any other matter.
We help you to be informed about every law that works regarding this child maintenance as it can be complex for many parents.
The Lakes Family mediators can solve such a complicated matter. Dividing the value of assets can be very complicated as every fact must be taken into consideration for example depreciation, personally owned assets, disputes over land and other disputes etc.
Many business owners do not feel comfortable discussing all these details in a public forum as this matter is very personal and this information must kept confidential. At Lakes Mediation, we understand that this is your livelihood and keep all business matters private and confidential.
If the parents decide to carry on the business as it is the only source of income to them, and they cannot dissolve it and sell the assets, the profits have to be divided and equal contributions from both parents must be paid to the child. It is not recommended to involve the court into the matter as there are a lot of formalities to be fulfilled and your efforts will be wasted.
Instead, a mediator is your best option as they can help you reach decisions about your business in a friendly environment so that all the information is communicated thoroughly and they can work upon it.
The decision making process is quick taking into consideration all the facts and figures.They have a duty to fulfil and help the parents to reach a decision which is done with a mutual consent.
They provide you with the information about the whole process that has to be followed while valuing the assets and while dividing them in between the parents and the child.
From Lakes Mediation Clients