On de novo review of this marital property distribution case, the husband appealed several issues regarding the trial court's valuation of his copier business.
In this marital dissolution case, the Ohio Court of Appeals upheld the trial court's valuation and division of marital assets over the husband's assignments of error.
At issue is the valuation of the couple's marital home and husband's printing business.
At issue is whether the buyout agreement precluded discounts for liquidation costs.
The Washington Court of Appeals, Division III, determined that a minority shareholder's interest should be valued as a going concern less a minority discount for a sale completed according to a buy-sell agreement.
At issue is whether royalty payments are reasonable in amount and therefore considered to be a deductible expense incurred in carrying on a trade or business under Section 162(a)(3).
At issue is whether the royalties paid to Dharma Mudranalaya for certain intangible assets were reasonable in amount.
At issue is the value for estate tax purposes of decedent's equity interest in Hallmark Cards, Inc.