A few things that are important to know about the value that a business owner brings to his/her business: It is quantifiable. Its value can be determined. In most circumstances, it is not divisible. It is therefore a critical component of most valuations involving a divorce or a business partnership separation, to be able to […]A few thoughts:
Business valuations are sometimes referred to as being ‘part art, part science”. The practical application of this statement is that there can sometimes be a variance between valuations, as experts can disagree within a certain acceptable range. However, every once in a while, there will be a valuation that is outside of the range expected, […]A few thoughts:
In some disputes, it becomes necessary to make a determination on the amount of damages experienced by a business due to the actions of another. Hear about one such recent case here.A few thoughts:
For a business partnership that needs to be dissolved, a buyout of the minority partner’s interest is usually the solution.A few thoughts:
If you are divorcing and you and/or your spouse own business interests: do you each need to retain a valuation specialist? I believe that you do not.A few thoughts:
In the unfortunate scenario where a business owner passes away, the remaining partners will likely need to know the fair market value of the business as part of the process of moving forward.A few thoughts:
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