Prince Lobel Presents: Risk of Divorce for the Closely Held Business Stakeholder

November 17, 2011

If you own or operate a family or closely held business, the financial and emotional strains of divorce can jeopardize the continued success of the business entity.  Is the idea of coping with your own or your partner’s divorce “Keeping You Up at Night?” If so, please join us for an interactive and informative conversation addressing some of the issues you may have to consider:

  • How to protect the business when your partner(s) are going through a divorce
  • Valuation challenges and conflict
  • Impact of the new alimony law on the business owner
  • How forensic investigation leads to pitfalls for the business and its owners
  • Defining business income for alimony and child support payments
  • How to successfully negotiate pre- and post-nuptial agreements

Patricia M. Annino, Prince Lobel Partner
Estate Planning and Probate Practice Group Chair

Nancy Freed, Prince Lobel Partner
Domestic Relations Practice Group Co-Chair

Robert P. Maloney, Prince Lobel Partner
Corporate Practice Group Chair

Donald G. Tye, Prince Lobel Partner
Domestic Relations Practice Group Co-Chair

Martin Berger,
Katz, Weishaus, Nikosey & Lenza, P.C

Thursday, October 20, 2011
4:30 – 7:00 PM

Prince Lobel Tye LLP
100 Cambridge Street, Ste 2200
Boston, MA 02114
617 456 8000

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