Family Law

Properly Pricing Businesses In Divorce Proceedings

With many methods available, specific circumstances must be considered

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


Business valuations are performed for a number of purposes, but are often a central, and difficult, issue in a divorce proceeding. When marital property includes an interest in a privately-held business, the valuation and distribution of the business can become even more complex. To appropriately address this issue, attorneys and their clients often retain the services of an expert in the field of business valuation.

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