As another attorney noted, you haven't provided nearly enough facts. Generally, the value of the business is thrown in the soup of all assets. So for example, if you and your spouse also own property, your spouse might keep the property and you would keep the business (or your share of it); if there is a differential in value between the house and the property, one spouse would make up the difference in cash or other equivalent assets. Its mostly a negotiation. Discuss this with your family law attorney and if you don't have one, get one and don't rely on guidance from this website.
That is contained your stip of settlement or judgment. Go by what that says. If there is no mention of ownership change, then the pre-divorce owner is still in place.
That depends - are you the sole owner? Are there other shareholders? What will be the outcome of the negotiation over the company shares?
Without answers to the above it's impossible to predict.
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