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 Husband Valued His Own Business Over $3 Million in Loan Application

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – check cashing business. Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals. Powell v. Powell – Tennessee divorce business valuation for a check cashing business Christopher Nash Powell and Pasty Conley Powell were married in 1997.  They divorced in 2001 on the grounds of Mr. Powell’s.. read more →

TN Business Valuation Divorce Case | Real Estate Holding & Management

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – Residential Property Ownership and Management. Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals. Owens v. Owens – Tennessee Business Valuation Law – Residential Property Ownership and Management Partnerships James Emery Owens and Linda Alexander Owens were married in 1977.  Mr. Owens had served in the.. read more →

TN Business Valuation Divorce Case | Ortho Group, MRI | No Expert Vals

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – Orthopedic Group + MRI. Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals. Odom v. Odom - Tennessee divorce business valuation – Chattanooga Orthopedic Group, PC, Center for Sports Medicine, and MRI Alan and Janis Odom were married in 1970.  The husband, Dr. Alan Odom, was an.. read more →

Tennessee Business Valuation Divorce Case | Electrician

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – Electrician. Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals. Warren v. Warren – Tennessee Divorce Business Valuation – Electrician Alice and David Warren were married in 1998 and divorced in 2007.  Mr. Warren was a licensed electrician, and they operated Warren Electric as a family.. read more →

Tennessee Business Valuation Divorce Case | Metal Fabrication

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – Metal Fabricating Business. Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals. Wallace v. Wallace – Tennessee Divorce Business Valuation – Metal Fabrication. Margaret and Lacey Wallace were married in 1953.  Mrs. Wallace was a high school graduate, and Mr. Wallace later graduated from college and.. read more →

TN Divorce Law: No Expert Required | Motel Has $200K Marital Value

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – Motel. Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals. Stinnett v. Ferguson – Tennessee Divorce Business Valuation – Motel Sharon Stinnett and David Ferguson were married in 1992.  Prior to the marriage, they had discussed plans to buy Dock’s Motel in Townsend, TN, which was then.. read more →

Textbook Distributor Business Valued at $220K for Tennessee Divorce

Tennessee business valuation law case summary – Textbook Distributor Business. Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals. Kerce v. Kerce – Tennessee Business Valuation Law – German Textbook Distributor Ascertaining the value of a closely held corporation is not an exact science, and the Tennessee courts have not identified a consistent approach.. read more →

In TN Divorce, Not Dissipation When Wife Refused Sale of Stock Options

Tennessee divorce law case summary – stock option valuation and dissipation. Tennessee divorce and family law from the Tennessee Court of Appeals.  Note: This is the second case summary on this blog. Sharon Kay Long v James Erdine Long – Tennessee Stock Option Valuation and Dissipation Law With regards to a determination of marital assets to.. read more →