A reliable business valuation can play a critical role in the outcome of your case.
When does your client need a business valuation?
Your client may need a business valuation for divorce and marital disputes, estate planning, succession planning, purchase and sale of businesses, and shareholder disputes.
Are you a business owner who needs a business valuation?
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Work with credentialed valuation experts
You’ll work with our specialized 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.
Kirstine Fors, CPA/ABV, CVA, works with attorneys and business owners who need business valuations for a variety of reasons, such as marital dissolution, shareholder disputes, estate tax and gifting, succession planning and financial reporting. She is Accredited in Business Valuation and a Certified Valuation Analyst.
Richard Wolf, CPA/ABV, CFE, CVA, CGMA, provides business valuation, forensic accounting and litigation support to attorneys. He has been qualified as an expert witness in various courts in Maryland and Virginia. In addition to being a CPA, Richard is Accredited in Business Valuation, a Certified Valuation Analyst and Certified Fraud Examiner. He is the director of the firm's Forensic, Valuation & Litigation Support Group.
How to choose a business valuation expert
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.
A Guide for Attorneys
A quick Google search yields dozens of so-called valuation experts, but how do you whittle down the list? There are specific qualifications and certifications attorneys can use when evaluating potential business valuation experts.
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How to select a valuation expert
There are specific qualifications and certifications attorneys can use when evaluating potential business valuation experts.