After Miller, it is increasingly critical to get share valuation right, says Anne-Marie Naylor

Obtaining share valuation in s 459 Companies Act minority oppression cases, the breakdown of quasi-partnerships and contentious probate matters is not a recent requirement, but the number of instructions to experts has risen dramatically since White v White [2000] UKHL 54 . Matrimonial breakdown is now probably responsible for most instructions and that is likely to increase after the Lords’ decision in Miller [2006] UKHL 24.

If the matrimonial settlement could depend upon the increase in wealth during the marriage, you may wish to obtain a share valuation as at the start of the marriage, or possibly even during prior cohabitation. But share valuation can be expensive and the quality of results can vary widely. J...

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