Business Valuation in Divorce
For many family law practitioners the need for business valuation evidence in divorce is often an essential but vexed matter that leads to challenging issues of terminology, accountancy, taxation and liquidity.
This course will explain the techniques of valuation in straightforward terms and provide an overview of the principal issues that arise out of business valuation. The emphasis will be on the matters that are of practical benefit to practitioners; having particular regard to recent Family Court decisions. It will also deal with valuation terminology and explain how to keep your client's interests uppermost in the face of complexity!
What You Will Learn
- Can this business be valued?
- Economic v Market valuation
- Basic valuation methods
- The impact of Jones v Jones
- Challenging the business accounts
- Dealing with goodwill
- Discounts and quasi-partnership
- Asking the right questions about the business
- Selecting and instructing a business valuer
- What does the valuer need?
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