Professional Practices and Licenses in Divorce: Enterprise vs. Personal Goodwill, Valuation Methods, and More
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide matrimonial lawyers on navigating the unique challenges of valuing and distributing a professional practice during divorce proceedings. The webinar will discuss enterprise vs. personal goodwill, valuation methods, and the use of financial experts.
- Overview of challenges in valuing professional practices in divorce
- Enterprise vs. personal goodwill
- Role of expert business appraiser
- Documents needed to value a professional practice
- Treatment of professional licenses in divorce
The panel will review these and other relevant topics:
- What are the unique challenges in valuing a professional practice in divorce?
- How can enterprise goodwill be analyzed and valued separately from personal goodwill?
- How are professional licenses treated in divorce?
- What documents are necessary to value a professional practice?
Family lawyer and Houston divorce attorney Sherri Evans is a 1992 graduate of Tulane Law School in New Orleans. Ms.... | Read More
Family lawyer and Houston divorce attorney Sherri Evans is a 1992 graduate of Tulane Law School in New Orleans. Ms. Evans is uniquely qualified to analyze and litigate complex property cases in a divorce. She has acquired a reputation as a dynamic litigator. Ms. Evans holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Texas in Austin and worked as a financial analyst prior to entering law school. She is also Administrative Chair and faculty member of the Family Law Trial Institute, an intensive 8-day litigation seminar focused on advanced family law issues such as business valuation.Close
Taylor Toombs Imel
Houston family law attorney Taylor Imel is a natural competitor who knew from a very young age that she wanted to... | Read More
Houston family law attorney Taylor Imel is a natural competitor who knew from a very young age that she wanted to practice law. A women’s varsity soccer player, she received a B.A. in Spanish and Communication from Wake Forest University in Winston Salem, North Carolina, where she was a dean’s scholarship recipient. In 2010, Ms. Imel graduated from SMU Dedman School of Law where she was once again a dean’s scholarship recipient. Prior to joining KoonsFuller Houston, she practiced family law in Dallas, Texas, where she gained 1st chair family law experience and enjoyed considerable success litigating matters concerning property division, conservatorship, and child support.Close