The law firm of Matthew C. Bothwell, P.A. utilizes an interdisciplinary approach to the practice of law providing clients hands on knowledge and practical experience of variety of different yet related legal disciplines. In today’s world virtually every aspect of our lives is affected by the law, whether we realize it or not.   Because our justice system is all encompassing, Matthew C. Bothwell, Esq. does not believe limiting his practice to a single discipline best serves our clients.  By diversifying our law firm through interdisciplinary practice, we are better able to offer clients superior, cost efficient, legal representation.

In business it is often important to protect ownership or control of your company from the divorce of a partner, member or fellow owner. Doing so requires an understanding of both business structures and asset protection available in Florida and the effect divorce may have on your business interests. At Matthew C. Bothwell, P.A. we have an active business development practice drafting necessary documents and advising clients on the form and structure business entities. We also have a thriving divorce practice that often involves the equitable distribution of business interests as marital assets. By actively handling both divorce and business development cases, Matthew C. Bothwell, P.A. has hand on experience and knowledge of these intertwined areas of law that goes beyond the limits of a specialized law firm and affords insight which helps guide clients developing a business as to the best methods of protecting their ownership interest in a business, or the interest of their partners or co-owners, from the pitfalls of divorce. In divorce proceedings involving corporate or business assets, our active business development and consulting practice offers insights about the mistakes which can be made in forming a corporation that may expose a company to a change of ownership or control through a divorce and afford our clients valuable experience on how best to approach their unique divorce proceeding.

Divorce is one of the more common causes of bankruptcy. It is not uncommon for one or both parties to a divorce to be overwhelmed financially after a divorce proceeding and bankruptcy is often used to achieve a true fresh start following divorce. Unfortunately, not all debts are dischargeable in bankruptcy and properly structuring your marital settlement agreement may significantly affect the type of bankruptcy you will file, whether the debts are dischargeable, and when certain debts can be discharged in bankruptcy. At Matthew C. Bothwell, P.A. we actively practice both bankruptcy and divorce allowing us to use our hands on knowledge of the laws of bankruptcy to craft marital settlement agreements that will best benefit our clients.

These are only two examples of how actively practicing in several interdisciplinary and related areas of law help our client achieve positive results and save them money. From divorce, to corporate development, to bankruptcy, to estate planning, to contract negotiation, to general litigation, the law practice of Matthew C. Bothwell, P.A. is designed to utilize experience and knowledge gained in the practice of several areas of law to help you achieve the best results possible at cost effective rates. By handling cases in various yet related areas of law, Matthew C. Bothwell, P.A. offers a “one stop shop” for many of your legal needs and will utilize our hands on knowledge of various fields of law to best serve you.

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