Washington Court Explains Principle Guiding Double-Dip Analysis

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marital dissolution/divorce
goodwill, expert testimony, income approach, going concern, distribution, fixed assets, capitalization of excess earnings method, double counting, valuation

In re Marriage of Cheng
2016 Wash. App. LEXIS 2854
US
State Court
Washington
Court of Appeals
Unknown (husband); unknown (wife)
Maxa

Summary

Appeals court says there was no double dipping where the business, valued under an income approach, was a going concern, not a fixed asset, and would continue to generate income for owner spouse with which to pay maintenance award to nonowner spouse.

See Also

In re Marriage of Cheng

Appeals court says there was no double dipping where the business, valued under an income approach, was a going concern, not a fixed asset, and would continue to generate income for owner spouse with which to pay maintenance award to nonowner spouse.

Washington Court Explains Principle Guiding Double-Dip Analysis

Appeals court says there was no double dipping where the business, valued under an income approach, was a going concern, not a fixed asset, and would continue to generate income for owner spouse with which to pay maintenance award to nonowner spouse.