Webinar: Establishing personal versus professional goodwill in divorce
The National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts (NACVA) in conjunction with Consultants’ Training Institute (CTI) Online Learning Lecture Series is pleased to announce that Frank A. Wisehart, CPA, CFE, CVA will present a webinar on Establishing Personal versus Professional Goodwill in Divorce, July 12, 2007; 2:00–4:00pm (EST).
The webinar program will allow attendees will learn the fundamentals of goodwill and the practicing standards of value used in divorce settlements. The webinar will focus on: separating and defining personal and professional goodwill, best practice methodologies commonly used in valuing goodwill, valuing non-compete clauses, and valuing buy/sell agreements. Participants will learn: how to determine standards of value in a divorce context, how to value and divide personal, professional goodwill, understand the factors that make an individual uniquely valuable to a business, how to properly handle divorce settlements, and how to avoid costly mistakes in valuing professional goodwill.
This webinar will help one navigate the narrowly-defined waters of goodwill and help to ease the clients’ stress and anxiety in one of the most hotly contested issues in divorce – marital assets. Business appraisers, attorneys, and CPA’s who work or may potentially work in family law will find the Webinar to be useful.
You can find out more about the Webinar and register at the NACVA Web site.
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