Yes, subject to any restrictions found in the articles, bylaws or any shareholder/buy-sell agreements, you should be able to effect the transfer with a simple assignment and transfer agreement. Also, don't forget to cancel any stock certificates in your name and have them reissued in your husband's name.
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I agree with my colleagues - pretty straightforward type of corporate transaction.
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I agree with my colleagues....the transfer needs to be reflected as a property settlement of the marital estate so that the transfer is a tax-free transaction. Also remember to provide a resignation letter as well for your officer status as the stock transfer does not make any resignation automatic.
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