Get the expertise you need for complicated financial matters
Divorce. Buying or selling a business. Partner disputes. Commercial damages. You don’t want to face situations like these without a professional who can guide you through the complicated financial issues that are involved.
Turn to the KRS CPAs litigation support and business valuation team. From case analysis to expert testimony, we can assist you through every phase of your matter. When you work with our team, you get an independent, third-party analysis and objective evaluation of disputed evidence. We provide reports that are timely, accurate and defensible.
Our team works to eliminate hunches and guesswork, enabling you as the business owner to know what your business is truly worth. We can identify the tangible and intangible value of your business so that you can negotiate more effectively with potential buyers, investors, lenders and others.
Thought leadership in business valuation
The KRS team is led by Gerald Shanker, CPA/ABV/CFF, whose long track record of success in this field is continually requested and relied upon by law firms, judges, and insurance companies, among others. Jerry has a deep understanding of what creates and monetizes value within a company. This allows him to advise his clients on how to structure transactions and organizations for growth, profit and value.
Jerry is a thought leader in the business valuation field and has published numerous articles, including
- Double Dipping in the Divorce Context Is Inherently Unfair
- Business Sales and Personal Goodwill
- Business Divorce, Valuation and the Importance of a Buy-Sell Agreement
- Significant Provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Affecting Closely Held Businesses and Their Owners
We’ve got your back
Even if you are not selling your business, there are many reasons why you may need to get an independent valuation for your company. Valuations are typically done for tax purposes, such as estate settlement, income tax or property tax disputes. They may also be done for litigation or to satisfy the annual requirements for Employee Stock Ownership Plans.
Other situations that could require a valuation include:
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Estate planning
- Gifting of minority stock interests
- Qualifying for a loan
- Taking on an investor
With so much at stake, isn’t it smart to have a realistic idea of what your business is worth? Find out more about our litigation support and business valuation services by contacting Jerry at 201.655.7411 or [email protected].
KRS Business Valuation & Litigation Support services include:
- Expert witness testimony
- Partnership & shareholder disputes
- Business interruption claims
- Commercial damages
- Funds and cash flow tracing analysis
- Mergers & acquisitions
- Estate & gift valuation
- Divorce & matrimonial issues
- Succession planning
- Buy/sell agreements
- Review of the opinions and work product of other professionals