We apply our industry experience and technical expertise to provide a complete and timely valuation of your business.
Certain circumstances, such as a potential sale or estate planning, may require you to know the value of your business. A formal business valuation may also be required in litigation, to comply with financial reporting requirements, or to satisfy regulatory issues. Family law matters such as divorce may prompt the need for a business valuation, too.
Our business valuation group provides clients with complete business valuations including in-depth financial analyses. Our staff includes credentialed valuation analysts who go beyond traditional valuation services to guide you in making informed decisions about your ownership. Before you make any decisions, we make sure you’re up-to-speed on the latest economic data, industry trends, and market data.
Let us apply our industry experience and technical expertise to provide a complete and timely valuation of your business. We also assist clients with:
- Gift and estate tax planning and compliance
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Litigation support
- Buy-sell agreements
- Ownership succession
- Transaction analysis for buying or selling
- Financial services including ESOPs and profit-sharing plans
- Purchase price allocation for tangible and intangible (copyrights, trademarks, proprietary processes, etc.) assets
- Goodwill impairment analysis
- Solvency analysis
If you have questions please don’t hesitate to contact a member of our Business Valuation and Litigation Support Team.