Business Valuation and Divorce
There are a whole variety of reasons why a business or individual may require a shareholding to be valued, but in the event of a divorce, and where one party has an interest in the ownership of a business, the value of that element needs to be established.
The key elements of the business, including its earnings history, the ability to generate future profits and the market value of any assets, will all have an effect on the value.
However, valuing a business is not an exact science, and the value can depend on the anticipated future prospects of the business, which cannot be predicted with certainty. Therefore, the business advisors carrying out the valuation need to demonstrate sound and commercial professional judgement, to ensure the most accurate outcome.
Regardless of the reason why a valuation is needed, the skills of the HSKSG Forensic Accounting and Litigation Support Team, combined with those of our other business advisory experts, ensure we provide an accurate, fair and defensible commercial valuation.
If you require a business valuation, contact our Forensic Accounting & Litigation Support team today.
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