Business planning for start-ups Establishing your partner's financial position
In a business divorce, you need to establish an accurate picture of your partner's financial position.
Business support services Valuing companies and other businesses
It is essential that you have an accurate and up-to-date valuation of their business.
Business structures Tracing hidden assets
Hidden assets are an increasingly common issue in divorce cases, including those involving business owners.
Business strategy Tax issues
When you are going through a divorce, thinking about tax planning is unlikely to be your top priority.
Raising finance Pension issues
Pensions can form an important part of the overall financial picture in a business divorce.
Tax solutions Mediation and collaboration
Couples are increasingly using alternative dispute resolution techniques to settle their matrimonial differences on divorce.

Welcome to ML Divorce Forensics

Even the most amicable divorce is likely to be difficult at times. Financial arrangements can be particularly challenging – and when a business is involved, the financial issues are likely to be even more complex. That’s where Milsted Langdon chartered accountants in Bath, Bristol, LondonTaunton and Yeovil can help.

When someone has established their own business – or has interests in a family firm or has built up a rental property portfolio – substantial assets may be involved.

If you are married to or in a civil partnership with a business owner or someone with significant business assets, expert advice is essential in resolving issues around property and assets during divorce proceedings and achieving appropriate settlements.

Milsted Langdon’s forensic accountancy, accountancy, tax and pensions expertise means that we are ideally placed to assist you and your legal advisers on issues including:

Our experience in business divorces means that we can provide the investigative expertise and accurate, comprehensive financial data for informed decision-making and to support your legal advisers in representing you.

For simplicity, in these web pages we generally use partner to mean a husband, wife or civil partner and married to describe being married or in a civil partnership. We also use divorce in referring to both married couples and civil partners, although the legal term for the equivalent of divorce for civil partners is dissolution.

To find out how we can help you, please contact us.