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Valuation & distribution of marital property

Valuation & distribution of marital property

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Published by M. Bender in New York, N.Y. (235 E. 45th St., New York 10017) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Marital property -- United States.,
    • Marital property -- Valuation -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies and index.

      Other titlesValuation and distribution of marital property.
      Statementby John P. McCahey, editorial director ; Barbara E. Adelman ... [et al.].
      ContributionsMcCahey, John P., Adelman, Barbara E.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF524 .V35 1984
      The Physical Object
      Pagination3 v. (loose-leaf) ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3194030M
      LC Control Number83073628

      Property Division: Equitable Distribution. Property Distribution and Assignment. Every Massachusetts divorce has the elements of property division (or equitable distribution). That means, in every case, there must be some analysis of the marital estate, the value of marital property and debt, and who ultimately gets what.   When you approach a valuation for divorce proceedings, you need to consider state law (equitable distribution vs. community property), an accurate valuation date (date of separation, date of the filing of a complaint, trial date, etc.), whether or not some aspects of the business value are subject to stipulations, etc.

      "Most states across the country have some form of equitable distribution of assets upon divorce. There are three basic steps in any property distribution scheme: identification, valuation and distribution of those assets. Valuation Strategies in Divorce, Compiled Fourth Edition covers virtually all valuation issues that arise in a divorce case. Another intangible asset difficult to value in the property distribution context is goodwill. Virginia has adopted the majority position that goodwill is an asset of a professional practice, subject to valuation as marital property upon divorce. Russell v. Russell, 11 Va. App. ().

      VALUATION OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE Virginia. In , Virginia abandoned its strict common law view of mari-tal property in favor of an equitable distribution format This comment will focus on two areas: (i) examination and analysis ofAuthor: David W. Hagy.   Since U.S. states have different statutes and case law pertaining to marital distribution, it can be difficult for attorneys and financial experts alike to keep up with key valuation developments. With in-depth analysis from BVR’s legal team, the new Business Valuation in Divorce Case Law Compendium, Fourth Edition is an indispensable tool.


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Valuation & distribution of marital property Download PDF EPUB FB2

Chapter 10 Conflicts of Law Problems in the Division of Marital Property Chapter 11 Interim Property Transfer Stays Chapter 12 Possession, Sale and Distribution of the Marital Home Chapter 13 Creditors' Rights in the Distribution of Marital Property Chapters Reserved Chapter 18 Property Subject to Equitable Distribution Chapter divisible property and shall provide for an equitable distribution of [both] between the parties in accordance with the provisions of this section.” [G.S.

(a).] 2. In making an equitable distribution, of property, the trial court follows a three-step process whereby it: a. Determines which property is marital and divisible property, Size: KB. Immediately following the definition of marital property in G.S. (b)(1), the statute states “[i]t is presumed that all property acquired after the date of marriage and before the date of separation is marital property except property which is separate property under subdivision (2) of this subsection.” This presumption probably is the most important core principle [ ].

Valuation and Distribution 1. After the court has classified property as marital or divisible, the court must value and distribute it. [G.S. (a), (c).] See Valuation, Part 3 of this Chapter. Separate property is not subject to distribution.

[McLeod v. McLeod, 74 N.C. App. Intellectual property and divorce Valuation & distribution of marital property book an evolving frontier in marital asset division. The types of intellectual property included as marital assets in a divorce need to follow intellectual property valuation methods, which include a market approach to valuation.

The court rejected the wife's argument that her future book royalties were analogous to contingent fee contracts, which were held not to be marital property in In re Marriage of Zells, Ill.

2dN.E.2d (). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Valuation & distribution of marital property (OCoLC) Material Type: Updating loose-leaf: Document Type.

Valuation and Distribution of Marital Property (1) has 3 entries in the series OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive) Borrow eBooks, audiobooks, and videos from thousands of public libraries worldwide. The statute governing equitable distribution is Virginia Code § Equitable distribution is comprised of several steps: Classification of property and debts as marital, separate, or hybrid.

Valuation of marital and hybrid property and debts. Equitable division of marital (and hybrid) property and debts between the spouses. Overview § In Michigan, division of marital property follows the rule of equitable distribution.

Although there is no requirement that property awards to each party be precisely equal, there is a presumption that the division of marital property (as contrasted with separate property) will be roughly congruent.

Valuation of Property - The Date of the filing of the Complaint for Divorce historically has been the date that assets are valued for purposes of equitable distribution. If the asset increases or decreases in value due to fluctuating market conditions, as in the real estate and stock markets, the gain or loss is realized by both parties at the time of the actual distribution or sale of the.

Valuing business assets in a divorce is a complex endeavor. People are often surprised to learn that the business, or some interest in it, is part of the marital property subject to equitable distribution. Equitable distribution and marital property.

The marital property increase in value of separate property is as of the date of separation or date of distribution, whichever date produces the lesser increase in value.

In instances where marital property was disposed of prior to distribution, a pre-distribution valuation date will be employed. occurs. The basis for the division of marital property varies among the states, between a standard based on (1) community property (i.e., equal property division) and (2) equitable distribution (i.e., either equal property division or “equitable” property divi - sion based on an allocation process supported by specific facts and circumstances).File Size: KB.

(valuation); and third, what is the most equitable distribution of the property between the parties (distribution).” Brady-Kinsella v.

Kinsella, Conn. App.A.3d (). Connecticut’s all property equitable distribution scheme: “It does not limit. Each pension is classified as to whether or not it is considered property, and from there, separate or marital property.

There is a broad general consensus that retirement plans of all types do constitute property. Valuation. Each pension that is considered marital property is appraised to determine its value. Distribution. To calculate the percentage of marital property vs separate property requires a coverture fraction: In Robert’s case, assume he has been married for 12 years, but working at his job for 15 years.

That means 80% of his pension is marital property, or $, * = $, Download Book Download our FREE eBook titled, "Pension Issues & Divorce". This book is a comprehensive guide and manual covering all aspects of pensions and other retirement accounts and how they are handled upon divorce.

Distribution. - Valuation of the marital property to determine value. - Distribution of the marital property to. the company's book value, excluding the appraised value of its facilities 2 John P. McCahey, Valuation and Distribution of Marital Property, §; (2) ().

Student paper. For a discussion of goodwill valuation methodology in the context of an equitable distribution of a dental practice.

Divorcing Women: Don’t Forget These Marital Assets Divorce marks the end of one chapter of your life and the beginning of another, and odds are, you’ll look back at this time and see it as a.

marital property subject to distribution the value of a spouses enhanced earning capacity arising from a license, degree, celebrity goodwill, or career enhancement. However, in arriving at an equitable division of marital property, the court shall consider the direct or indirect contributions to theFile Size: 1MB.Before valuation of any business in a Florida divorce can begin, the business must first be classified as either separate or marital property.

In general, separate property is that property that one spouse owned or inherited prior to the marriage, whereas marital property is that property that one or both spouses acquired during the marriage.What is the valuation of property?

The court is required to fix the net value of the marital property as of the date of separation, with net value being market value, if any, less the amount of any encumbrances. The net value is thus the value that a court would be dividing between spouses.