Business Valuations and Experts in Your Dissolution Case



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Course Description

This program was recorded on March 18, 2020

If your client owns a business using an expert and getting a business valuation is a necessary and integral part of your dissolution proceeding. Business Experts can be your best friend when a marital business is part of your case. They are an excellent resource to understanding the business valuation, the approaches involved and how best to support the valuation. If you have a competing expert and valuation your expert can help you understand the competing valuation and how best to challenge it while bolstering your valuation and expert to the Court.

Attorney Bridget LandryBridget Landry
Bridget Landry began practicing domestic relations in order to help families. Given that individuals involved in divorce and custody cases are going through extraordinarily difficult times, Ms. Landry takes time to get to know her clients so she can relate to them.

“Not only do they need a good attorney, but they need a person who can be there for them, to talk with them, and to help them through this stressful time in their lives,” she said. “I feel like this gives me an opportunity to better understand my clients and better represent them.”

This testimonial or endorsement does not constitute a guarantee, warranty or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter.  Past results afford no guarantee of future results and that every case is different and must be judged on its own merits.  Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. Brackets indicate that a name has been changed. Ellipsis indicate that text has been removed.  Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances.

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  1. Qualifications to look for in an expert
  2. Questions to ask when vetting your expert
  3. The basics of a business valuation
  4. A breakdown of the approaches used in a business valuations
  5. Understanding discounts
  6. Laying the foundation for your valuation
  7. Qualifying your witness as an expert to the Court