Valuing the Small Business in Divorce: Practice Pointers & Pitfalls

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There are many factors to consider when it comes to business valuation. Evaluators begin by asking basic questions about the business. How much of the company’s revenue is recurring? Are there any long-term contracts? What kind of assets does the business have? A simple business evaluation will examine past earnings, taxes, sellable assets, outstanding contracts and the like. A more thorough valuation may delve deeper to examine customer relationship management and industry trends. What information you require in a valuation depends on the needs of your client. Explore the ins and outs of getting the value of a business admitted into evidence without hiring a business evaluator. Our knowledgeable faculty will share their tips.

Recorded during a live webcast in June 2018.

Faculty

NameFirm/Company
Mark R. Ashton Esq. Fox Rothschild LLP (Exton)
Mr. Richard F. Brabender Jr., Esq. HBK Valuation Group LLC
Gregory S. Cowhey ASA, CBA RSM, LLP
J. Paul Helvy Esq. McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC (Hbg)
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