Divorce Business valuation

Business Valuation for Divorce Purposes

Business valuation for divorce purposes is a critical component to divorce separation agreements. When a divorce occurs, a fair market value of the business, as well as the division of assets and business interests, is needed. Divorce is a difficult process that becomes further complicated when a closely held business is involved. In such cases, a business valuation is typically required to determine the equitable distribution of marital assets. Often, the divorcing couple will disagree over the value of the company, requiring a business appraiser to provide his or her expert opinion to help the court come to a conclusion of value. Knowing what to expect in the divorce process can help business owners and their spouses reach amicable agreements and reduce the cost, time, and stress involved in divorce proceedings.

 

  
 
PURPOSE
DELIVERY TIME
YEARS ANALYZED
IRS REVENUE RULING 59-60
VALUATION ANALYSIS
RISK RATE ANALYSIS
PREMIUM & DISCOUNT ANALYSIS
COMPANY RATIO ANALYSIS
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ADJUSTMENTS
COMPANY FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
COMPANY BACKGROUND ANALYSIS
ECONOMIC CONDITION RESEARCH
INDUSTRY AND COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

Divorce Valuation

PURPOSE : Divorce, Divorce settlement agreements.
DELIVERY TIME : 6 DAYS
YEARS ANALYZED : 3
IRS REVENUE RULING 59-60
VALUATION ANALYSIS
RISK RATE ANALYSIS
PREMIUM & DISCOUNT ANALYSIS
COMPANY RATIO ANALYSIS
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ADJUSTMENTS
COMPANY FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
COMPANY BACKGROUND ANALYSIS
ECONOMIC CONDITION RESEARCH
INDUSTRY AND COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS