Divorce can be messy and complex all on its own without the added layer of a spouse-managed corporation, a spouse who is a majority shareholder, or when there is also a jointly owned partnership. If your spouse owned a business prior to marriage and during the marriage hires you as an employee within the company, do you have any rights to a share in the business at divorce? If your spouse promises you the earth, moon, and part of the business one night while lovingly staring into each other’s eyes, does that mean that you are now entitled to a part of the business? Just how easy is it to untangle the corporate web during the divorce?
Nicole Nuzzo, Sheila Stiles, and Nicole Schmidt, family law partners of the premier firm Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara join Courtroom Confidential for this exciting 10-part series, Until Court Do Us Part. This series showcases some wide-ranging cautionary lessons learned from the depths of divorce court. In this episode Nicole, Nicole, and Sheila are here to teach you the lesson: Corporate Divorce!
Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara’s family law practice is known for representing high-net worth individuals often with complex cases. Nicole Schmidt, Nicole Nuzzo, and Sheila Stiles are partners in the firm’s Newport Beach oﬃce, and are all designated specialists in the area of family law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization.
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