Complex Issues in California Family Law - Volume G: Family Law Business Valuations by Dawn Gray, Stephen James Wagner
Family Law Business Valuations: Fundamental Legal Principles for Family Law Practitioners and Forensic Experts
A business is often the most valuable asset owned by either party: its proper valuation can be critical to the outcome of a case. The authors analyze the Market Value, Asset-Based and Income Approaches and also the division of assets. Valuation also affects other issues: inherent in a court award of the business to the operating spouse, and tangible assets to the non-operating spouse, is the expectation that the future income of the business will be the source of child support, spousal support or both.
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