How to Value a Business During Divorce

How do you split a business in divorce? What are some common ways you’ve seen businesses split in divorce? Can you describe the process of mechanically splitting the value of the business? What advice do you have for young family lawyers who are looking to learn about business valuation in divorce?

Miles Mason, Sr. JD, CPA is joined by Kevin Yeanoplos CPA/ABV/CFF, ASA.  Thank you, Kevin for joining us and sharing your expertise and knowledge in business valuation and divorce.

Kevin R. Yeanoplos, CPA/ABV/CFF, ASA

Kevin is a Shareholder and the Director of Valuation Services for Brueggeman and Johnson Yeanoplos, P.C., with offices in Seattle and Tucson that specializes in the areas of business and intellectual property valuation, financial analysis and litigation support. Over the last four decades, the AICPA Business Valuation Hall of Fame inductee and Arizona Society of CPAs Lifetime Achievement Award honoree has assisted clients around the country with the valuation of a diverse array of intangibles and businesses. He frequently lectures throughout the United States on the topics of valuation, applied finance and financial analysis. Kevin has served in a diverse variety of volunteer positions, including Commissioner on the AICPA’s National Accreditation Commission, Commissioner on the Arizona Commission on Judicial Performance Review, Founding Chair of the UACPA’s Business Valuation Committee, and Chair of the Arizona Board of Appraisal among others. When he’s not chasing down the value of the invaluable, you can find Kevin running around the country on a 200 mile Ragnar Relay, using his business acumen as a board member for a local theatre or radio station, volunteering for the Special Olympics, advocating for royalty reform as a member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences or interviewing the likes of Roger Daltrey, Cyndi Lauper and Brian Wilson for his music webzine, Trebled Minds.

To learn more, see:




Copyright © 2023 Miles Mason Family Law Group, PLC   - Disclaimer