Valuing Specific Assets in Divorce
Part I on closely-held corporations contains chapters devoted to automobile dealerships, media companies, high-tech companies, property and casualty insurance companies, construction companies, and small businesses such as bars, restaurants and gas stations. Part II covers the evaluation of various professional practices, and Part III discusses the valuation of different types of real estate assets. Federal civil service pensions, military pensions and the pensions provided by Fortune 500 corporations are examined in Part IV. The methodologies for evaluating personal property, such as gems, jewelry, and oriental rugs are found in Part V. Besides aiding attorneys and accountants, this publication will be of great assistance to appraisers, actuaries, and pension experts.
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