Trial Court’s ‘True Asset’ Valuation Aligns With Expert’s Testimony

BVLaw
Court Case Digests
May 11, 2018
1761 Roofing, Siding, and Sheet Metal Work
238160 Roofing Contractors
marital dissolution/divorce
expert testimony, net asset value, closely held corporation, discount for lack of marketability (DLOM), liquidation, minority discount, minority interest, shareholder agreement, discount for lack of control (DLOC)

Wiegers v. Richards-Wiegers
2018 Alas. LEXIS 63
US
State Court
Alaska
Supreme Court of Alaska
None (husband); unknown (wife)
Winfree

Summary

Alaska high court finds trial court was not required to value husband’s shares in closely held company under the liquidation approach the company historically had used in buy-out situations; trial court’s “true asset” approach was based on credible expert testimony.

See Also

Wiegers v. Richards-Wiegers

Alaska high court finds trial court was not required to value husband’s shares in closely held company under the liquidation approach the company historically had used in buy-out situations; trial court’s “true asset” approach was based on credible expert testimony.