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Trial court errs by failing to place specific value on business; Goodwill value to be excluded

In this marital dissolution case, wife owned Judy's Painting Services, the assets of which were valued at $1,000.

Goodson v. Goodson

In this marital dissolution case, wife owned Judy's Painting Services. The trial court determined that the business was worth at least $100,000, but failed to place a specific value on the business because wife failed to keep adequate records.

Minassian v. Minassian (I)

The Michigan Court of Appeals considered the lower court’s valuation of the husband’s jewelry store.

Experts Found Partial and Inexperienced

The Michigan Court of Appeals considered the lower court’s valuation of the husband’s jewelry store.

FMV proper standard for marital business

One of the primary issues in this marital dissolution was the value of the husband's business, Franks' Painting Service , a sole proprietorship.

Franks v. Franks

One of the primary issues in this marital dissolution was the value of the husband's business, Franks' Painting Service, a sole proprietorship.

Lost Profits Based on Operating History

The Ohio Court of Appeals, 8th District, affirmed a lower court’s lost profit award for a breach of lease agreement.

Market approach over asset and income

One of the issues in this marital dissolution matter is the valuation of the husband's house painting business, which the trial court determined was marital property. The only evidence of ...

Stephen Douglas Fillmore v. Karen Leigh Fillmore

The Tennessee Court of Appeals affirmed the lower court's valuation of a painting business, whose only income was lease payments from its equipment. The husband valued the business at zero while the wife valued the business at $44,000. The lower court v ...

Positive Balance Sheet Overcomes Owner’s Zero Value Testimony

The Tennessee Court of Appeals affirmed the lower court's valuation of a painting business, whose only income was lease payments from its equipment. The husband valued the business at zero while the wife valued the business at $44,000. The lower court v ...

Ayers v. Ayers

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

Market approach valuation upheld

One of the issues in this marital dissolution matter is the valuation of the husband's house painting business, which the trial court determined was marital property. The only evidence of v ...

Painting Business Valued Using Market Approach

The Tennessee Court of Appeals affirmed the lower court's valuation of the parties' painting business. The husband provided the only expert testimony regarding the value of the business, and his expert used the asset, income and market approaches. The ex ...

Koch v. Koch

Issue was the valuation of husband's sole proprietorship, a commercial painting business, including consideration of tax liabilities and goodwill.

In re Marriage of Dennis

At issue is the valuation of couple's stock in a closely-held corporation.

Bousqet v. Bousqet

At issue is the valuation of the couple's painting business.

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