Best Divorce Attorney Tampa Gary Dolgin Explains Why A Business Can Be Joined As A Party in Divorce

The court can neither enter a judgment that will bind anyone other than a party nor award property owned by a nonparty.

Therefore, if one spouse seeks a judgment against a business entity that is operated or controlled by the other spouse, the business entity must be joined as a party.

A corporation must be joined if a party is requesting transfer of assets, such as a car, from the corporation.

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