Representative Cases
State of Hawaii v. Robert Sexual Assault JURY ACQUITTAL
State of Hawaii v. Medeiros Terroristic Threatening JURY ACQUITTAL
State of Hawaii v. Hildebrand Sexual Assault Jury Acquittal
State of Hawaii v. Esau Murder Jury Acquittal
State of Hawaii v. Byrd Possession or use of Firearm In Commission of A Felony Jury Acquittal
State of Hawaii v. Wandle Robbery Jury Acquittal
State of Hawaii v. Daoang Abuse of Household Member Jury Acquittal
State of Hawaii v. Lawrence DUI Jury Acquittal
United States v. Marino, Jr. Conspiracy to Distribute Controlled Substance Jury Acquittal
Neilsen v. American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
Arquero v. Hilton Hawaiian Village
State v. Klie
Koji Uema v. Nippon Express Hawaii, Inc.
C & W Asset Acquisition, LLC v. Jorama Domogma Feagins
Ross Kawamoto v. Associated Indemnity Corporation et. al.

Honolulu Business Valuation Attorney

When A Business Is Part Of The Divorce

Business owners, large and small, and their spouses face the same issues when getting a divorce. Part or all of the business is considered marital property. When you and your spouse are separating your lives, each of you is entitled to part of the value of that business. Whether you’re the business owner or the spouse seeking his or her fair share, a business valuation may be necessary. Our Honolulu family law lawyer will help you get what you are entitled to.

Scot Stuart Brower has been practicing law for more than 30 years in a variety of areas. Because of this experience, he knows how the Hawaii legal system works and how to use it, effectively and correctly, to further your case. He and his team at the Law Offices of Scot Stuart Brower work hard to ensure that you are treated fairly in your divorce and get what you need to move forward with your life.

Using Business Valuations In Property Division

Regardless of whether one of you owned the business prior to your marriage, any increase in value that occurs during the marriage is considered marital property. A business valuation can help determine the marital portion of a business so it can be divided equally between the two parties.

Scot Stuart Brower has experience helping business owners in many fields with the division of business assets, including:

  • Construction
  • Legal
  • Medical
  • Retail
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Corporations

If you are the business owner, a business valuation may show that your business gained little to no value during the marriage, which may help as you divide your property. If you are the spouse of a business owner, you want to make sure that the full value of that business is known so you are fairly compensated, either with a portion of the business or with a comparable piece of property or asset. Scot Stuart Brower will help you find the best solution for your situation.

Contact Us If A Business Valuation Is Required In Your Divorce

Call us at 808-522-0053 or send us an email to schedule your free initial phone consultation with our attorney.