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Mark W. Senda and Michele Senda v. CIR (Senda II)

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit determined that a transfer of publicly stock to a family limited partnership (FLP) made close in time to a gift of FLP interests was an indirect gift of the pro rata share of the public stock for gift tax p ...

Standard Valuation Discounts Denied Where Limited Partnership Transaction Is Consolidated for Tax Purposes

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit determined that a transfer of public stock to a family limited partnership (FLP) made close in time to a gift of FLP interests was an indirect gift of the pro rata share of the public stock for gift tax purposes.

Goodwill in funeral business; expert deemed qualified

In this case husband argued that the trial court erred in finding that the stock of Donn James Holdings Inc. (Donn James) was marital property and that the valuation of the company's stock was based upon improperly admitted opinion testimony.

James v. James

Husband argued that the trial court erred in finding that stock was marital property and based the valuation of the stock on improperly admitted opinion testimony.

Estate of William F. Sharp, Jr. v. U.S.A.

The District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee determined that a funeral home business had goodwill. The parties stipulated to the value of the business' assets. After the decedent died, his children operated the business and made substantial ...

IRS’ Valuation of Funeral Home Fatally Flawed

The District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee determined that a funeral home business had goodwill.

Kimble v. Kimble

Issue is whether the trial court erred in its valuation of husband's separately owned funeral and monument business and failed to distribute equitably the increase in value.

In re Marriage of Russell

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

Tankersley v. Tankersley

Issue is how to determine the value of a funeral home operated by a closely held corporation owned by husband, including which debts to deduct in to determine "net value."

Lucas v. Lucas

One issue in this case was the value of a covenant not to compete.

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