For TN Divorce, Multi-specialty Medical Group Valued at $680,000

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – medical practice – multi-specialty medical group. Divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Vivian Wynell Pate York v. Douglas Clifton York - Valuation of medical practice disputed. Doctor unable to cure court’s view of the value of his medical practice Vivian York (“wife”) and Douglas York (“husband”).. read more →

Tenn. Business Valuation Divorce Case | Furniture & Appliance Business

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – furniture and appliance business. Divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Janice Blalock Yates v. William Mark Yates — Increase in value of husband’s stock. How to put a price tag on close-held company’s stock in divorce. Defendant William Yates (“husband”) appealed the final divorce decree.. read more →

Tennessee Business Valuation Divorce Case | Medical Practice

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – medical practice. Divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Theresa Mae Witt, M.D. V. William Stephen Witt, M.D. — valuation of physician’s practice (from 1992). After a bench trial in this divorce action between two radiologists, the Williamson County Chancery Court awarded a divorce to Dr… read more →

Tennessee Business Valuation Divorce Case | Disposal Company

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – disposal company. Divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Beverly Gayle Wilson v. Thomas Randall Wilson — Distribution of increase in value of husband’s business to the wife as marital property (from 2003). The parties were divorced for the first time in October of 1994.  As.. read more →

TN Judge Won’t Knock Husband in the Head w/ Asset Division & Alimony

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – trophies and engraving business. Divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Lydia Ann Bishop Watkins v. William C. Watkins, Jr. - the issue of debt when valuing a business in divorce (from 2004) Lydia Ann Bishop Watkins (“wife”) filed for divorce from William C. Watkins, Jr., (“husband”).. read more →

Cowboy Boots & Hero Sandwiches Valued in Tenn. Divorce with Businesses

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – retail apparel and fast food restaurant. Divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Deborah Joanne Cupples Plunk v. Edward Lee Plunk — Tennessee divorce business valuation (from 1997) Deborah Plunk (wife) appealed the final divorce decree entered by the trial court which awarded custody of the.. read more →

TN Divorce Business Valuation Case: Lawyer vs Travel Agency Owner Wife

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – travel agency and law practice. Divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Pamela J. Wright v. Dale M. Quillen – the extent, the valuation, and the division of the marital estate; the awards of alimony, and child support. In a case described by the Tennessee Court.. read more →

TN Business Valuation for Minority Shareholders of Electronics Co.

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – electronics company. Monority shareholder dispute law from the Court of Appeals. F. John Walter v. The Nucleus, Inc.– Tennessee business valuation of minority shareholder’s stock in electronics company This case was filed by minority stockholders of Tennelec after Tennelec and Nucleus, Inc., which owned just over 75 percent of the Tennelec stock, merged.. read more →

Tenn. Business Valuation Divorce Case | Auto Sales Company Dissipated

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – Auto Sales. Divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Robinson v. Robinson – Auto sales company dissipated and sold to father Russell Raynor Robinson and Rhonda Leigh Jones Robinson were married in 1991 and had four children.  Both were college graduates, but Rhonda never held a.. read more →

TN Business Valuation Divorce Case | Bonus Paid Must Be Shared w/ Wife

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – Construction. Divorce and family law from the Court of Appeals. Payne v. Payne - Tennessee divorce business valuation – Construction Management Company Kimberly L. Payne and Michael R. Payne were married for almost thirty years before Kimberly filed for divorce based upon Michael’s alleged inappropriate marital conduct.  Michael filed.. read more →