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Protecting Your Medical Practice From Divorce

Divorce can be a difficult time for any family in New York, but it can be especially challenging for medical professionals. When you are dealing with the stress of a divorce, it can be tough to focus on your work and provide the best care possible for your patients. That’s why it’s important to take some steps to protect your medical practice from the effects of divorce.

Make sure you have a good understanding of your finances

This includes knowing how much debt you have, what your monthly expenses are, and what your income is. This will help you make informed decisions about your practice during your divorce.

If you’ve not started the divorce process, you should make sure you keep track of all the important financial documents related to your practice, such as tax returns, bank statements, and bills. This will help you protect your assets during the divorce process.

Create a trust

If you have a medical practice, it’s likely that you’ve built up some valuable assets. To protect these assets from getting divided in a divorce, you can create a trust. This may allow you to keep control of your assets and ensure they’re used for the benefit of your practice.

Have a marital agreement

If you are married, you should have a marital agreement in place that outlines how your assets will be divided in the event of a divorce. This can help to protect your medical practice from being split up in a divorce. Therefore, you should consider having a lawyer draw up a marital agreement if you don’t already have one.

Divorce can be difficult, but there are steps you can take to protect your medical practice. By understanding your finances, creating a trust, and having a marital agreement, you can help to safeguard your assets in the event of a divorce.




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