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ASSET APPROACH FOR BUSINESS VALUATIONS

A business valuation will utilize three (3) different approaches to analyze and reach a conclusion on the value of your business: The income approach, The asset approach, and The market approach This ...
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MARKET APPROACH FOR BUSINESS VALUATIONS

Again, a business valuation will utilize three (3) different approaches to analyze and reach a conclusion on the value of your business: The income approach The asset approach, and The market approach ...
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INCOME APPROACH FOR BUSINESS VALUATIONS

As we discussed in the last blog, a business valuation expert will utilize three (3) different approaches to analyze and reach a conclusion on the value of your business – the income approach, ...
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Disclaimer Deeds

By: Kris Leonhardt, Esq. There is nothing worse than meeting with a client for the first time and having to explain to the unsuspecting person that they have given away their rights to their largest ...
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Taking Title to Real Property

By: Kris Leonhardt, Esq. In Arizona, there are two (2) common ways for married people to hold title to real property: (1) as community property with right of survivorship; and (2) as joint tenants ...
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The Cleanest and Most Effective Way to Keep Your Sole and Separate Property

By: Michelle J. Perkins, Esq. In the last three blogs we covered different types of assets and things that you can do to keep your sole and separate property yours in the event of a divorce. The ...
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How To Keep Your Financial Accounts And Personal Property Your Sole And Separate Property

By: Michelle J. Perkins, Esq. In second, third and subsequent marriages, it often becomes important to the person that has their own savings, financial accounts or expensive personal property items to ...
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