Determining the objective value of a business is as much a science as it is an art. It’s important to work with valuation experts who fully understand you and your client’s objectives, and offer a high level of experience and professional integrity to accomplish those goals.
There are a wide variety of situations when you or your client may need a business valuation, including divorce and marital disputes, estate planning, exit and succession planning, purchase and sale of businesses and shareholder disputes.
You’ll work with our specialized Business Valuation Group, a group of Certified Valuation Analysts (CVA) who are also Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV). They also happen to be CPAs who grasp the big picture of a business’s financial position.
Our forensic accountants are experienced in divorce litigation. We can help uncover hidden assets or income, conduct a thorough investigation of financial records, and more.
When selling a business, we will help present it to potential buyers in a way that highlights its value. On the flip side, when purchasing a business, we will determine its value and help you understand what to pay.
We’re here to help you plan ahead by developing a win-win plan for your future.
With extensive knowledge of estate planning, we use all available valuation and estate planning techniques and methods to help clients minimize their estate tax liability.
We help bring parties together so they understand each other’s perspectives on a business’s value, and settle disputes without costly litigation