Doctors Facing Divorce
Protecting Your Practice
One of the largest issues that affect divorces involving doctors is the valuation of the practice. Just like any business owner, the value of your business will be considered when working through the asset division process. Too often, Doctors leave the valuation process of the practice to speculation. We develop a plan to determine the specific valuation date and then working with a qualified business appraiser to get a fair value as of that date. Having a set date of the valuation is way to protect you by not allowing your spouse to benefit from the hard work and increased value of your practice that happens over time.
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Effective Solutions For Medical Professionals
At Hobson & Hobson We Have Extensive Experience Working with Doctors, Nurses and other Medical Professionals. We are here to protect your rights and fight for your financial future.
Many physicians throughout the state of Georgia divorce each year and have to deal with a roller coaster of critical decisions and emotions in the break-up of their marriage, in addition to maintaining their practice and attending to the needs of patients. At Hobson & Hobson, we understand that life for doctors and medical professionals is a little different. While divorce certainly isn't easy for anyone, we have found that the demands of the medical profession require a unique approach to divorce, custody and other family law matters. The demanding schedules of a medical professional can be challenging to fit into a traditional custody agreement or parenting plan. Financial interests in a practice can make asset division and other financial matters much more complex.
Custody Solutions for Challenging Schedules
Alimony & Maintaining a Standard of Living
Divorce Lawyers for Doctors & Medical Professionals
If you are a Doctor, Nurse, Chiropractor or other Medical Professional facing a divorce, Hobson & Hobson can help you understand how Georgia family law applies to your situation and build a strategy to move forward. You can start the process with a free case review either over the phone or in our office.
Doctors facing divorce should always request for a confidentiality agreement to protect their patient list, and other confidential and proprietary information related to the practice. "Confidential information" usually means information that constitutes or contains financial or business information. A confidentiality agreement can limit disclosure of important information that need not be disclosed to the public. A confidentiality agreement is especially important to limit disclosure of confidential and proprietary information by a valuation expert retained by the doctor's spouse.