Effective asset valuation

When dividing up assets in divorce there are obvious shared assets: real estate, liquid assets, investments, and property. An overlooked asset can be the valuation of a business, when owned solely by one spouse, owned by both, or owned by a spouse in partnership with other parties.

Do not rely on the valuation or estimated asset valuation provided to you by your spouse or their advisors.  Contact Dave at 248 594 4999 and ask about effective valuation using our team of qualified advisors.

Effective asset valuation can involve careful valuation of tangible assets and intangible assets.

Tangible assets:

  • Inventory
  • Real Estate
  • Equipment
  • Insurance
  • Accounts Receivable
  • Financial Assets

Intangible assets:

  • Patents and Trademarks
  • Copyrights
  • Software
  • Trade secrets
  • Customer relationships

Most spouses have not seen balance sheet statements for the business, let alone a detailed accounting of assets related to the business.

We have assembled a team of business experts: certified public accountants, business attorneys and financial advisors who specialize in valuation of business. Even hard to analyze privately held companies are valued using a variety of known models.

Valuation Meeting

Dave Potts works with a team of qualified business valuation advisors. Contact Dave at 248 594 4999 and ask about effective valuation.

Considering divorce? Call Dave… before your spouse does.