Goodwill in Small Service Businesses: A Guide for Attorneys & Judges - Part 1

Presented by Michael Sack Elmaleh

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Course Description

Length: 1h 24min    Published: 10/17/2017    
Attorneys and judges encounter the issue of goodwill in closely held businesses in a number of contexts: divorce, estate & gift tax, buy/sell agreements and partnership/corporate dissolutions. Traditionally, trial courts and attorneys rely on appraisal experts to determine the value of goodwill. Appraisal theory recognizes multiple methods and procedures, which leaves room for widely varying values for goodwill in contested cases.

In part one of this course, business valuation expert Michael Sack Elmaleh explains and critiques each one of the typical methods used in goodwill valuation. Viewers will be able to better evaluate the experts' reports presented in the courtroom or during legal negotiations.

Learning Objectives
* Understand the role goodwill has in a business valuation
* Learn how to better evaluate an expert's valuation report
* Explore the typical methods used in goodwill valuation

Speaker Q&A

Presented By:

Michael Sack Elmaleh

240.409.1293

mselmaleh@gmail.com

Featured Reviews

"Well presented. Instructor is very knowledgeable."

   Robert C

"Excellent. Look forward to part two."

   William B

"Very clear and thought-provoking look at valuations. The pace is just right for grasping the key concepts."

   Steve L

"Instructor is very knowledgeable and I like the way he presents the material. It's more like a conversation than a lecture. Thank you!"

   Raquel K