Business Valuation and Litigation Support

Strothman and Company’s expert valuators provide the highest quality valuation services, delivered with a personal touch, at fees that provide real value for our clients. Strothman and Company specializes in the valuation of closely held companies, professional practices and partnership interests. We perform business valuations on a confidential basis for business owners and their professional advisors.

Our valuation team has a proven track record of integrity, objectivity, sound judgment, and commitment to quality service. We combine sophisticated understanding of accounting, taxation, financial statement analysis and business operations with demonstrated competence in valuations to produce well-reasoned and objective reports.

Today’s litigious society increasingly presents attorney cases involving complex financial and accounting issues. Many cases involve reams of accounting, financial, statistical and economic information. Preparing for court can require analyzing large quantities of technical evidence, testimony and documentation – all with rigid time constraints.

Strothman and Company understands the subtleties of financial issues the way an attorney understands nuances in the law. We can provide you with specialized technical resources that support your efforts through all phases of the litigation process. The proper advice and analysis in these instances will enhance the litigation strategy, your negotiating position, the likelihood of a satisfactory out-of-court settlement as well as the probability of winning the case and enhancing or settling the settlement amount, all of which enhances the satisfaction of your client.

We provide damages reports in breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, loss profits for damage calculation, fraud and forensic investigation, and patent infringement.

Situations where you or your clients may need valuations include:

  • Divorce
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Goodwill impairment assessments
  • Purchase/sale of business
  • Employee Stock Ownership (ESOP)
  • Buy/Sell agreements
  • Succession planning
  • Reorganization
  • Estate and gift tax planning