Business Valuation for Divorce
Helping Our Clients Determine Business Value During a Divorce
When dividing marital assets in a divorce, courts have broad discretion to assign a value to the asset and determine how to divide it among the parties. One of the most difficult assets to value is a business, as it often does not have an easily defined market value. In high net-worth divorces, both parties typically hire experts who can professionally appraise the business and testify to the court about their valuations. In smaller-asset divorces, both parties will usually attempt to self-value their businesses. If this is your case, it is important to understand the valuation process in order to come up with an accurate figure that accurately reflects its worth or better yet, don’t go it alone. We offer 3rd party valuation services to help both parties understand the neutrality of the business valuation.
Boston Valuations is a professional business valuations firm that helps clients determine the value of their business during a divorce. With access to advanced proprietary valuation techniques, Boston Valuations not only takes into consideration tangible assets, such as real estate and inventory, but also intangible elements like customer loyalty and brand recognition. The Boston Valuations team offers comprehensive, accurate and objective advice in order to provide each individual client with the most up-to-date market values of their business. With the help of Boston Valuations’ experienced advisors, clients can rest assured that they are getting an accurate assessment of their company’s worth in order to make informed decisions regarding their business’s worth during a divorce.
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