Matthew Brickman Explains How a Business Is Split During Divorce in 2022
By: iMediate Inc.
On his divorce and paternity podcast, MediateThis!
Mr. Brickman gave examples where there is a distinct different between a divorcing couple who agrees upfront on the value of a business starting during the marriage and one who doesn't.
He used the example, "I did a divorce recently with a doctor who has a practice, they own the building, he's got employees, they generate money. The husband and the wife agreed to a value for the business and agreed to how she was going to be paid her equity interest in the business."
He went on to say, "If they had not done that on their own, they'd have to hire a business evaluator expert who would come in and say, okay, well this size of a business generating this revenue, costing this much to run, and they would go on to look at the entire business top to bottom."
Mr. Brickman has completed the Harvard Negotiation Master Class and the Harvard Business School's Negotiation Mastery program in order to better serve his clients.
He hosts the popular divorce and paternity podcast, MediateThis!
About Matthew Brickman:
Matthew Brickman is a Supreme Court of Florida certified county civil family mediator who has worked in the 15th and 19th Judicial Circuit Courts since 2009 and 2006 respectively. He is also an appellate certified mediator who mediates a variety of small claims, civil, and family cases. Mr. Brickman recently graduated both the Harvard Business School Negotiation Mastery Program and the Negotiation Master Class at Harvard Law School.
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