Trusted attorneys in Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky

Unique Knowledge When Family And Business Matters Intersect

As the owner of a business, you have many unique concerns when it comes to dissolving your marriage. At the office of The Zerbe Firm, we combine our extensive knowledge of family law and business law to assist business owners who are going through a dissolution. We can help protect your business interests and ensure the future well-being of your company.

We Strive To Protect Your Finances

You should take every step possible to ensure that your finances emerge from the dissolution intact. We can help you. We have assisted clients with dissolution- and business-related issues such as:

  • Determining marital assets
  • Equitably dividing a business
  • Enforcing a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement
  • Valuing your business
  • Dividing complex assets like stock options and retirement plans
  • Facilitating a buyout or sale

We will work to obtain a financially beneficial outcome from your dissolution, whether in private negotiations or in court. Often, we can reach a positive outcome through alternative dispute resolution methods like mediation or negotiation. However, when this is not possible, we have extensive trial experience and will fight aggressively for you in court.

Collaborative Dissolution Can Benefit Your Business

The Zerbe Firm is one of the few trained collaborative lawyers in Indiana. Collaborative dissolution is often faster and less expensive than traditional litigation. When spouses collaborate, they can often work through their differences to reach a mutually satisfactory dissolution settlement. This would allow you and your spouse to preserve your relationship for the sake of your children and your business operations.

Take Steps To Protect Your Business

When you need a lawyer to simultaneously represent you in a dissolution and protect your business interests, you can trust our firm. Call our Lawrenceburg office at 812-270-9999. You can also contact us online. We serve clients in Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky.