There are many reasons why a business valuation is performed. Some of the more common reasons that we have seen are for mergers and acquisitions, business sale or purchase, matrimonial dissolution, and business disputes.
We understand that divorce is a very difficult process that becomes more challenging and complicated when a closely held business is involved. Based on our experience in cases like these, it is common for a business valuation to take place to help parties determine the equitable distribution of specific marital assets.
We work with divorce lawyers in Singapore and assist them in the business valuation process, hence we are very familiar with this process and will be able to guide you in an understanding and professional manner.