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Property valuation can range from appraising real estate and personal possessions to valuing businesses. In many divorce cases, one or both spouses own a business or businesses, in which the question may arise as to what each spouse is entitled after the divorce is finalized.
For the purposes of a divorce, Florida provides valuing businesses in a manner different than which businesses are commonly bought and sold in a non-divorce context. This work involves knowledge of accounting, valuation techniques and knowledge of such factors as goodwill and how to examine expert witnesses.
Our practice strives to consider considering every detail ensuring that division of businesses are handled fairly by the Court system.