A business valuation may be required in relation to contentious and non-contentious matters. We are experienced in both of these and can undertake business valuations in relation to the following matters:
- Matrimonial disputes (including divorce)
- Pre and post-nuptial agreements
- Inheritance matters
- Shareholder and partnership disputes
- Shareholder or partnership exit or entry
- Commercial disputes
- Professional negligence claims
- Non-contentious matters
At Rushtons we have the skill and expertise required to identify and consider the key factors relevant to an individual business and to assess the most appropriate business valuation methods to apply in each situation. We consistently produce robust business valuations upon which key decisions and settlements can be reached.
We take instructions as an independent expert (party appointed or single joint expert) in court proceedings, and also in an advisory capacity often with the aim to reach a settlement before litigation.
We also act as a shadow expert to help review the independent expert’s business valuation and help to construct written questions to submit for one party of the dispute.
Our business valuation reports are produced to a high quality standard that where required, are in a court compliant format. We aim to produce our reports as concisely and user friendly as possible.
Rushtons is a member of the NIFA network of independent forensic accountants.