Value and Dissolution
Tracking business growth and transitions of ownership are two of the top reasons we perform formal valuations. The next largest reason: Divorce.
In a situation like divorce, likely to be fraught with emotion and chaos, determining an accurate value for your practice is to the advantage of both parties. Determining a fractional value of the business to be reported during a divorce is complicated, largely because the percentage and details subject to scrutiny depend on individual state laws regarding a dissolution of marriage.
In this Roundtable Talk our experts Ryan Grau, CVA, CVB and Warren Burkholder, ASA, MCBA, CBI, discuss the complexities of valuation for the purpose of divorce, as well as other common valuation purposes.