Divorce for Business™

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Divorce for Business™ is aimed at rapid, effective resolution of complex business divorces often involving allegations of self-dealing, theft, distrust, and broken personal relationships

Divorce for Business™

Divorce for Business™ has offices throughout Georgia that are ready to host your Resolution Meeting, including meeting rooms with separate entrances and separate bathroom facilities so that you do not need to interact with or even see the other side. If you have any special needs or requirements, please let us know and we will do what we can to accommodate you.

 

Here are the steps for GETTING STARTED:

 

  1. Complete the Intake Form (below) or send us a message.This form is not confidential. It is used to collect basic information and determine if a conflict exists that prevents you from using one of the Resolution Specialists.
  2. Both sides sign and send in the Resolution Agreement along with payment.
  3. Both sides will have a one-on-one call with the Resolution Specialist before the Resolution Meeting. This call is confidential.
  4. Attend the Resolution Meeting. This is a confidential process.
  5. Leave the Resolution Meeting with a signed Settlement Agreement in hand if an agreement is reached.

 

Use the links below to get started:

Locations

PERIMETER (MAIN OFFICE)

1867 INDEPENDENCE SQUARE, SUITE 201 ATLANTA, GA 30338

AVALON

1867 11539 PARK WOODS CIR, SUITE 304 ALPHARETTA, GA 30005

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Use the form below to send us a message, or upload your Resolution Agreement and Intake Form.

How can we help?
I understand that contacting Divorce for Business™ does not create an attorney-client relationship.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are answers to some of the most commonly asked questions.
What if we are contemplating a business buy out and require a business valuation. Can you perform a valuation?

Yes. There are times that a deal cannot finalize without knowing the proper value of a business. However, hiring a business valuator can be expensive and time consuming. For that reason, we have a team of the most reputable business valuators in Georgia who can provide the Resolution Specialist with a nuts and bolts valuation tailored to the level of detail required by the parties. At the end of the valuation, you will receive a report that will be shared with the Resolution Specialist who will, in turn, share it with the parties. Please know that the business valuation report is a tool used for this resolution process and it will remain confidential after the close of the program. It cannot be used in litigation if this program is unsuccessful, or to support a criminal investigation, and the valuator cannot be called as a witness to discuss his or her findings. The flat fee price for this service is $5,000 for up to ten hours. Most valuation reports should be able to be completed in this time frame.

What if there are accusations of theft and self-dealing. Do you have a forensic accountant who can draft a report?

Yes. In some cases it is necessary to find out how money has been spent in the company before a resolution can be made. For that reason, we have a team of top tier forensic accountants who can provide the Resolution Specialist with a neutral, confidential summary of the flow of the money in the company, which the Specialist will then share with the parties. This report, however, cannot be used to support a claim of theft or self-dealing. It is a resolution tool used to reach an agreement only. It is confidential and cannot be used in litigation or to support a criminal investigation. The forensic accountant cannot be called as a witness to discuss his or her findings. The flat fee price for this service is $5,000 for up to ten hours. Most forensic reports should be able to be completed in this time frame.

What if the company involves intellectual property, computer code, or electronic assets? Do you have a forensic IT consultant who can draft a report and preserve and transfer assets?

Yes. If your dispute requires the services of a forensic IT consultant, we have you covered. The forensic IT consultant acts as a neutral party to preserve property, perform searches, issue reports, and transfer property. The work performed by the forensic IT consultant is directed by the Resolution Specialist based on agreement of the parties, and the work is performed for the purposes of settlement only. It is confidential and cannot be used in litigation or to support a criminal investigation. The forensic IT consultant cannot be called as a witness to discuss his or her findings. The flat fee price for this service is $5,000 for up to ten hours. Most work should be able to be completed in this time frame.

What if we need business documents drafted after the meeting, like a new operating agreement or corporate resolutions. Can you draft those?

Yes, we have business transactional attorneys who will draft the corporate documents contemplated by your settlement agreement for a flat fee of $3,000 for a total of eight hours of work. Most documents will be able to be completed in this amount of time. The transactional attorney will represent the company (not the parties) and work with both sides (however, nothing said to the transactional attorney will be confidential), and he or she will prepare the documents for you that are needed to properly document the corporate changes agreed upon.

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