In this marital dissolution case the husband argued that the master erred in valuing his "ceased member" interest in his law firm.
Two of the three issues in this case were: (1) whether the trial court should have considered any tax implications of the valuation; and (2) whether the trial court erroneously valued husband's MTP Inc. (MTP) stock.
The issue in this case was whether the trial court erred in imposing constructive trust and valuing 80 shares of Nagle's Rebuilt Truck Parts and Sales, Inc. (Truck Parts).
One of the issues in this case was whether husband's shares of Burlen Corporation were marital property.
Postnuptial agreement found valid and enforceable despite increase in value of husband's separate business.
The issue in this marital dissolution matter was whether the husband had realized any "added value" when he exercised stock options in Cedar Works, Inc.
Issues I. whether the trial court erred in finding Husband in contempt; and II. whether the trial court erred in calculating the damages awarded to Wife.
One of the issues in this case was whether the trial court erred in permitting wife to testify about the value of her dental practice.
The issue in this marital dissolution appeal was whether the trial court erred in failing to consider tax consequences that would result from the property division. Facts The parties ...
One of the issues in this case was the value of the goodwill of husband's medical practice.
The issue in this case was whether the trial court erred by finding that the parties' business had goodwill.
One of the issues in this case was whether the trial court erred in adopting wife expert's valuation of the husband's oral and maxillofacial surgery practice. Facts The parties were ...
One of the issues in this marital dissolution concerned the value of several corporations that wife claimed the husband had an interest in.
Husband appealed the trial court's decision regarding the valuation of his interest in MDF Tool Corporation (MDF).
Court of appeals noted that the trial court "offered a detailed analysis" of how it reached it's valuation and so upheld it.
Issue was whether the division was inequitable because the home awarded to wife was worth much more than the business that was awarded to husband.
The issue was whether to include the estimated value of construction contracts that had not been completed as of the valuation date in value of corporation.
The court of appeals held that the trial court erred by not including the appreciation of husband's 50% share of Craft Auto Sales as a marital asset.
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.
The appellate court held that without valuations, review was impossible. The case was reversed and remanded.
The issue of first impression in this case was whether a professional practice is a marital asset.
The appellate court reversed the trial court's valuation because it had based its findings on an outdated valuation report.
One of the issues in this marital dissolution case was whether the trial court erred in assigning a 6% rate of return on wife's stock account. Facts The parties were married for 19 ...
The issues in this case marital dissolution case were (1) whether the trial court erred in determining the value of Language Learning Enterprises, Inc. (LLE), and (2) whether the trial court erred in its award of the wife's interest in LLE.
The issues in this case were (1) whether the trial court erred in determining that a portion of the appreciation on husband's premarital partnership interests was marital property subject to equitable division; and (2) the amount of appreciation of the husband's partnership interests.