Hebert v. Cote

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expert testimony, fair market value (FMV), SSVS-1, appreciation, separate property, valuation date, marital property

Hebert v. Cote
Case No. 312017DR000305, Circuit Court of the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit in and for Indian River County Florida (Order 5/29/2018 and Order 8/29/2018)
US
State Court
Florida
Circuit Court, Indian River County
Charles Clay Price (wife); R. James Alerding (husband)
Pegg

Summary

In appreciation in value case, court excludes nonowner spouse’s valuation testimony under Daubert, finding expert’s calculation of “minimum marital component” is not a methodology approved under the applicable SSVS for determining fair market value and also violated other SSVS requirements.
Hebert v Cote-Order (5-29-18) Excluding Expert Testimony of Charles Clay Price re Valuation of Canix Colo
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Hebert v Cote-Order (8-29-18) Denying w's mtn to recall Clay Price
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See Also

Court Rejects Appreciation in Value Calculation, Citing SSVS Violations

In appreciation in value case, court excludes nonowner spouse’s valuation testimony under Daubert, finding expert’s calculation of “minimum marital component” is not a methodology approved under the applicable SSVS for determining fair market value and also violated other SSVS requirements.