Book value adequate disclosure for postnuptial agreement

Business Valuation Update BVLaw
Legal and Court Case Update
July 14, 2000
6211 Security Brokers, Dealers, and Flotation Companies
523120 Securities Brokerage
marital dissolution/divorce
fair market value (FMV), fraud, marital dissolution, book value, postnuptial agreement

Davis v. Miller
269 Kan. 732, 7 P.3d 1223, 2000 Kan. LEXIS 620
US
State Court
Kansas
Supreme Court
Abbott

Summary

The primary issue in this fraud action is whether the husband adequately disclosed the value of his 72.2% interest in General Financial Services (GFS) in connection with the execution of the parties' postnuptial agreement.

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Davis v. Miller

Issue is whether husband adequately disclosed the value of his 72.2% interest in General Financial Services in connection with the execution of parties' postnuptial agreement.