Business Valuation In Los Angeles
Business Valuation, A Science And An Art
In many divorce cases involving high net worth individuals, a business (or businesses) is at the core of the settlement. Very often it cannot be divided, thus its valuation requires specialized legal expertise and experience.
Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers has earned a reputation among opposing attorneys and family law professionals for our capacity to accurately determine the current and future value of a business and secure a fair settlement for our clients. We have a successful record representing clients with complex asset issues involving business valuations, asset characterization, tax implications, and other financial details. We have the professional skills and experience as well as a team of financial consultants and experts to assist us in analyzing the financial estate. To ensure a fair settlement, you should have the top business valuation and marital property division lawyer Los Angeles has to offer. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
Specificities Of Business Valuations In Los Angeles
While many assets have an obvious valuation number, businesses have several other factors to consider to get a true valuation.
Additionally, judges must also determine the value of professional goodwill – the expectation of continued patronage by existing customers. It is an intangible asset, however, in the context of professional practice or business, it must be considered as part of the total value of marital property assets. Our legal team has over 25 years of experience and success in these specific kinds of cases. After the consultation, we carefully pair you with one of our experienced family law attorneys and personalize a strategy to get the best result for your particular case.
Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers have been providing effective divorce representation in complex business valuation and marital property division cases since 1995. Contact us for a consultation. We have offices conveniently located in LA’s Century City and Orange County.
Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers has extensive litigation experience in all areas of high-asset divorce involving business and marital property division issues:
- Marital property characterization, valuation and division
- Nondisclosure of financial data, breach of fiduciary duty
- Business valuation
- Tax issues and implications related to marital dissolution
- Legal issues involving prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
- Post-judgment modifications