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Rigas v. Rigas

In this appeal of a New York divorce case, the appellate court affirmed the award of 20% of the during-marriage appreciation of the husband’s business to the wife. The court accepted the valuation of the court-appointed appraiser and rejected the valuation by the defendant’s appraiser.

New York Appellate Court Affirms Award of 20% of Appreciation of Business During Marriage to Wife and Awards Maintenance to Wife

In this appeal of a New York divorce case, the appellate court affirmed the award of 20% of the during-marriage appreciation of the husband’s business to the wife. The court accepted the valuation of the court-appointed appraiser and rejected the valuation by the defendant’s appraiser.

Sound Contractors

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in installing and servicing electrical wiring and equipment. Electrical contractors included in this industry may include both the parts and labor when performing work. Electrical contractors may perform new work, additions, alterations, maintenance, and repairs.

Solar Panel Installation

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in installing and servicing electrical wiring and equipment. Contractors included in this industry may include both the parts and labor when performing work. These contractors may perform new work, additions, alterations, maintenance, and repairs.

Electricians

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in installing and servicing electrical wiring and equipment. Contractors included in this industry may include both the parts and labor when performing work. These contractors may perform new work, additions, alterations, maintenance, and repairs.

In re Burg

The debtor withheld records and failed to explain missing assets and deleted records and misled the court as to what he did with certain assets. The debtor also knowingly and fraudulently withheld records from the trustee. This was all part of a scheme the debtor devised with the help of a “consultant” to avoid repaying the plaintiff creditors.

Bankruptcy Court Denies Debtor Discharge for Fraud, Failure to Produce Records and Fraudulent Transfers

The debtor withheld records and failed to explain missing assets and deleted records and misled the court as to what he did with certain assets. The debtor also knowingly and fraudulently withheld records from the trustee. This was all part of a scheme the debtor devised with the help of a “consultant” to avoid repaying the plaintiff creditors.

Griggs v. Griggs

The husband appealed this Vermont divorce case to the State Supreme Court inter alia to challenge the inclusion of PPP loan proceeds by the wife’s expert in determining the cash flows of the husband’s electrician services business for purposes of determining a value of the business using the capitalization of earnings method. The Supreme Court affirmed the lower trial court on this issue and allowed the PPP proceeds to be included in the cash flows.

Vermont Supreme Court Allows Inclusion of PPP Proceeds in Cap Earnings Cash Flow for Determination of Value

The husband appealed this Vermont divorce case to the State Supreme Court inter alia to challenge the inclusion of PPP loan proceeds by the wife’s expert in determining the cash flows of the husband’s electrician services business for purposes of determining a value of the business using the capitalization of earnings method. The Supreme Court affirmed the lower trial court on this issue and allowed the PPP proceeds to be included in the cash flows.

In re Trapp

The primary issue in this Illinois appeal of a divorce decree dealt with the value of a company owning two buildings. The primary tenant in both buildings was the husband’s electrician business. The trial court accepted the value of the real estate company the husband’s business valuation expert, who was not a real estate appraiser, submitted. The business appraiser valued the two buildings using what the court determined to be “competent evidence.”

Illinois Appeals Court Affirms Trial Court’s Acceptance of Real Estate Value in Absence of Wife’s Submission of a Competing Value

The primary issue in this Illinois appeal of a divorce decree dealt with the value of a company owning two buildings. The primary tenant in both buildings was the husband’s electrician business. The trial court accepted the value of the real estate company the husband’s business valuation expert, who was not a real estate appraiser, submitted. The business appraiser valued the two buildings using what the court determined to be “competent evidence.”

Market Comparables Prove More Persuasive Than Income Approach for Electric Company

Divorce court prefers market approach to income approach for valuation of electrical company, finding market data supplied sufficient comparables.

Hester v. Hester

Divorce court prefers market approach to income approach for valuation of electrical company, finding market data supplied sufficient comparables.

Court corrects double counting of husband’s income

The issue in this marital dissolution was the value of husband’s telephone equipment business, TechniCom, Inc.

Future Profits and 'Lost Going Concern Value' Denied Where Damages Are Unforeseen and Uncertain

One issue in this breach of contract case was the calculation of future profits that would have been expected if not for the breach.

Mitchell Lloyd MaGill v. Mary R. MaGill

The Tennessee Court of Appeals affirmed the lower court’s decision not to place a value on two businesses operated by the husband. The appellate court noted that neither party presented any evidence regarding the value of the businesses’ assets and the ev ...

A Business Appraiser Should Have Been Retained to Establish the Value of Businesses

The Tennessee Court of Appeals affirmed the lower court’s decision not to place a value on two businesses operated by the husband.

Frett v. Frett

IN THE COURT OF APPEALS OF IOWA No. 4-083 / 03-1305 Filed May 14, 2004 IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF LISA MARIE FRETT and ROBERT JAY FRETT Upon the Petition of LISA MARIE FRETT, Petitioner-Appellee, And Concerning ROBERT JAY FRETT, Respondent-Appellant. Appeal from the Iowa District Court for Linn County, Thomas L. Koehler, Judge. Robert Frett appeals several economic provisions of the parties' dissolution decree. AFFIRMED AS MODIFIED.

Trenhaile v. J.H. Findorff & Son, Inc.

Claim for lost future profits must be supported by reasonable evidence. Expert's credibility at issue because of exclusion of bad years in his calculations for projection of business profit.

Failure to consider shareholder loan has no impact on property division

Issues in this marital dissolution were the value of husband’s electrical contracting business, Romey Electric, and the proper treatment of a shareholder loan husband made to the wholly owned S corporation.

In re the marriage of Romey

Husband's building for business located on personal property not valued separately because it ultimately added little value to the property as a whole.

Valuation Within Range of Expert Testimony Upheld

Husband received Scheppelmann Electric as a gift from his father about two years after the parties were married.

Scheppelmann v. Scheppelmann

Issue was whether wife was entitled to a share of appreciation in value of husband's separate business received as a gift during marriage.

Creech v. Creech

At issue is the valuation of husband's electrical business.

Ex-wife questions court's value of husband's business

Trial court's valuation of husband's 55% interest in business upheld because it was within the range of the values testified to by the parties' experts.

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