Join us for an enlightening discussion led by Jake Gilbreath and Jack Selman on the intricate dynamics of family businesses during divorce proceedings. Through their extensive experience in family law and business consulting, Gilbreath and Selman will delve into the unique challenges and complexities that arise when family businesses become entangled in divorce proceedings. Gain invaluable insights into legal considerations, financial implications, and practical strategies for navigating these sensitive situations. Explore real-life case studies and learn best practices for preserving the continuity and integrity of the family business amidst the turbulence of divorce. Don't miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding of the intersection between family law and business operations. 


Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the family law implications and considerations specific to businesses owned by married couples. 
  • Identify the impacts on a family business throughout the stages of divorce proceedings, from filing to resolution or trial. 
  • Learn strategies and considerations for structuring a buyout of a spouse's ownership stake in a family business during divorce proceedings. 

Event Location

Event Details

Date: Wednesday, August 07, 2024
Time: 11:30 am - 1:15 pm Central Time
Where: Salt Traders | 1101 South Mopac, Austin, TX 78746
Cost: $60
EPI Hours: 2
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Who Should Attend?

  • Business Owners

  • Business Owners & Their Trusted Advisors

  • Other Business Professionals

  • Business Consultants

  • Professional Advisors

  • Members of Family Business Boards

  • Private Business Owners

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