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Value of Closely Held Business in Divorce Relies Solely on Buy-Sell

Appellate court rejects calculation of value of closely held business under buy-sell agreement that did use proper valuation date or standard of value (FMV).

Wood v. Wood

Appellate court rejects calculation of value of closely held business under buy-sell agreement that did use proper valuation date or standard of value (FMV).

Valuation report with typos upheld

One of the issues in this marital dissolution was the value of husband’s tile business, Westside Ceramic & Vinyl Tile, a sole proprietorship.

Elliott v. Elliott

Husband appeals the judgment entry entered by the Ross County Court of Common Pleas. He argues that the trial court erred in determining the value of Westside Ceramic & Vinyl Tile.

Trial Court Valuation Affirmed

Husband appeals the trial court's valuation of his business, Linoleum & Carpet City, Inc. Husband notes that the $400,000 valuation was substantially higher than husband's argued valuation of $265 ...

Caruso v. Caruso

At issue is the valuation of the couple's linoleum and carpet business, family home, and stock in Sterling Financial.

Siegel v. Siegel

The issue in this case was the courts choice of the capitalization of earnings approach in valuing the two corporations.

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