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Book value acceptable where other factors have been considered

In this marital dissolution, one of the issues was the correct valuation of husband’s family trucking business, comprised of three companies.

Appellate court presented with incomplete record has no choice but to affirm

At issue in this marital dissolution case was the value of husband’s security software company, AnnaZach Software.

Lazarachic v. Lazarachic

One of the issues in this marital dissolution was the value of Mid-Atlantic Resources stock, which the parties initially had stipulated was worth $78,000.

In re the Marriage of Krug

In this marital dissolution, the trial court adopted the valuation of husband's expert, Ronald Brien, who valued the paries' plumbing business at $45,000.

Gomez v. Gomez

A major point of contention between the parties in this marital dissolution was the value of husband's radiology practice.

Gohl v. Gohl

One of the issues in this marital dissolution was the appropriate valuation date for valuing the couples' business, Golight, Inc., which had won a patent infringement suit against Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

In re Marriage of Gerhard

One of the issues in this marital dissolution was the value of husband's bar, Knicker's Saloon.

Appeals court rejects trial court’s “splitting the difference”

The issue in this marital dissolution was the value of husband’s medical practice.

Husband’s earlier sale valuation damages his later divorce valuation

At issue in this marital dissolution appeal was the value of husband’s medical practice.

Louisiana clarifies professional practice goodwill valuation

In this marital dissolution, the issue was the value of wife’s interest in her CPA practice (CPA practice) and the value of the couple’s funeral home (Gill LLC) that was operated by husband.

Appeals Court Upholds Trial Court Law Practice Valuation

The issue in this marital dissolution was the value of husband’s interest in a law firm.

Personal Goodwill Excluded, Accounts Receivable Included in Professional Practice in Illinois Marital Dissolution Case

The issue in this marital dissolution was the value of husband’s dental practice and whether personal goodwill and accounts receivable should be included in that value.

Young v. Young

One of the issues in this marital dissolution was the value of husband's sole proprietorship interest in Sun Shak Tans, a tanning salon.

Morton v. Morton

In this marital dissolution, the issue was whether the trial court abused its discretion in selecting the parties' separation date as the valuation date.

Scharfman v. Scharfman

In this marital dissolution case, the issue was the appropriate valuation date for the parties' 85 operating entities, which, in turn, owned more than 100 residential rental real estate properties.

Richards v. Knuchel

In determining whether a legal malpractice claim involving a marital dissolution action would have succeeded on appeal, the district court had ruled that the trial court's valuation of husband's business was not erroneous, and husband appealed.

Steneken v. Steneken (II)

The question was whether it is impermissible "double counting" to use actual income for alimony purposes but a lower "normalized" income amount when valuing a closely held business for equitable distribution purposes.

Fausch v. Fausch

The valuation issues in this marital dissolution were whether a discount for lack of marketability should have been applied to husband's minority interests in two medical-practice businesses, and whether a buy-sell provision in a third business was determ ...

Bersin v. Golonka

One of the issues in this marital dissolution was the value of husband's 1000 shares of non-voting stock in the Sanger Clinic, P.A., where he was a senior partner.

Taaid v. Taaid

In this marital dissolution case, the primary valuation issue was how much husband's medical practice had increased in value.

Stageberg v. Stageberg

In this marital dissolution case, the trial court determined that husband's right to contingency fees from his legal practice, obtained before the valuation date, were marital assets.

In re the Marriage of Walbon

In this marital dissolution, one of the issues was the correct valuation of husband's family trucking business, comprised of three companies.

Lannes v. Lannes

At issue in this marital dissolution case was the value of husband's security software company, AnnaZach Software.

Washington v. Washington

In this marital dissolution, there were two main issues: the correct valuation date of husband's interest in Washford Enterprises, a group home, and whether wife's expert, William Dacey, correctly applied the income approach.

Zerbe v. Zerbe

The issue in this marital dissolution was the value of husband’s medical practice.

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