Matrimonial lawyers are in a quandary over an appellate ruling that spurns a traditional method of property valuation in divorce cases.
A three-judge panel held on Feb. 28 that a court evaluating a spouse’s interest in a closely held corporation should not discount stock value to reflect minority-shareholder status and low marketability, except in extraordinary circumstances.
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