Marital/Partnership Dissolution

It may be necessary to determine the value of various kinds of property owned by one or the other party, or by the two of them together, in order to provide for division of property in connection with a marital divorce or a shareholder/partnership dissolution. A valuation of the business or business interests owned by one party usually will be required in order to determine the price that the party acquiring full title is to pay to the other. We have valued the following in connection with marital dissolutions:

  • Closely-held businesses
  • Professional practices
  • Stock options
  • Intellectual property
  • Employment contracts
  • Personal goodwill
  • Stock options, notes, and other investment assets