Involving the ideal valuation expert for your case early in the process will help to secure your client’s business assets and financial future.
In order to be fair, the valuation expert’s opinion must result in a value that is the cash equivalent of what the business owner could receive as of the agreed upon cut-off date.
You probably did not become a family lawyer because you loved to crunch numbers, but you should know how to perform basic present value and future value calculations. Here’s a primer for attorneys.
The most important step in valuing a business is to take the time and ask the right questions to truly understand the underlying business.
Advice from 6 valuators on dealing with divorce-related business valuation issues.
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Deciding whether to normalize the stream of cash flows and what discount rate to use made a difference of roughly $190 million in one case.
What role did Harold Hamm play in the growth of Continental Resources, and how much of the enhanced value of the company can be attributed to external factors?
An actuary describes methods for addressing the coverage gap for former spouses of civil service employees who terminate CSRS service and pass away before qualifying for retirement benefits.
Is a professional business valuation in the best interest of your client? A look at the factors that should be considered in determining whether or not a business valuation is necessary.