The value of a business can play a major role in many aspects of the company. Knowing the value could prove important if someone wants to buy the company or when considering other possible business ventures and the potential impacts such moves could have overall. Of course, another situation in which this information proves vital is during divorce.
Sometimes California fathers find it necessary to fight for their rightful role in the lives of their children. Biological parents have certain rights, including the right to have an active and strong relationship with their kids. If the law does not currently recognize you as the legal father, fighting for your parental rights can be complicated.
Your business is important to you for many reasons. You have probably invested a lot of yourself into its success. Like most California business owners, you have sacrificed personal time, energy and money into growing your company. Now that you are getting married, your dream may be to continue growing and to pass your vision to your future children. Hard as it may be to imagine at this joyous and optimistic time in your life, there is one thing that can shatter your dreams: divorce.
Everyone hopes that the assets he or she possesses will increase in value over time. Whether it's real estate, art, collectables, a business venture or stock portfolio, everyone hopes to see a return on his or her investment. In this way, one can hope to increase one's net worth and enjoy the fruits of wise and/or fortunate acquisitions.