Valuation of Partnerships in a Dispute Context

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June 23, 2015
Serena Morones


Commonly, business partnerships are casually formed without formal documentation. They are then often casually managed and progress to a financial dispute. A business appraiser is then called on to provide the partners with “a number” to facilitate the exit of a partner. However, this valuation process is often clouded by unbalanced capital accounts, personal expenses, unrecorded services, and unconventional partnership agreements. Traditional valuation theory does not provide a deep enough toolbox to sort out a casually formed and operated partnership. Join Serena Morones to explore the most challenging partnership valuation issues and learn how to address them in a straightforward way.
Valuation of Partnerships in a Dispute Context
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