Seminars and Webinars

Seminar (Brisbane Lawyers): Business Valuations from a Family Law Perspective

When: 12pm-2pm Friday 11th August 2017

Where: Chartered Accountants Building, Level 13, 1 Eagle Street Brisbane

Cost: Free

Join us for this live seminar at the Chartered Accountants Building in the Brisbane CBD. We’ll eliminate the jargon and leave our ego at the door as you get to go behind the scenes and learn how a competent business valuer really approaches a family law engagement. The content is suitable for solicitors and barristers and has been updated.

Learn the top 10 mistakes made by solicitors engaging a business valuer for family law and other matters. Find out when, how and why a solicitor should get involved in the business valuation process to do their job effectively as a legal advocate. Learn to show your clients you can make a real difference. This seminar will give practical examples.

At the seminar we’ll go through our ‘cheat sheet’ of the typical list of issues that solicitors should be arguing about to ethically influence the valuation outcome lower or higher. Learn how to approach the common accusation of unreported cash income.

In our experience, too many solicitors sit back because they don’t know what to argue. In this session you’ll see the common issues and learn how to spot more on each case.

Presented by Trevor Monaghan, an experienced Chartered Accountant and expert Business Valuer, this seminar will go beyond the norm of boring presentations. Different and engaging, it has been described as “Fun and informative”, “A breath of fresh air. Informative, concise and very well presented”. This will change the way you think.

Content to be covered:

  • Learn how to have an informed conversation with your clients and prospects
  • Learn how a solicitor can ethically influence the valuation process and outcome
  • Learn what information is needed to value any business properly
  • Learn how to approach the common accusation of unreported cash income
  • Learn what assets/liabilities are included & excluded in family law valuations
  • Learn the top 10 mistakes made by solicitors when engaging a business valuer
  • Learn the important things you need to know from a family law perspective
  • Learn how to design the scope of the valuation engagement to keep costs down
  • Learn the tax consequences of selling or transferring assets for the property settlement
  • Q & A time

Register Now
BRISBANE SEMINAR - BUSINESS VALUATIONS FROM A FAMILY LAW PERSPECTIVE

We are here to help. What would you like to do next?

Recent Client Testimonials

Valuation & Due Diligence

“I engaged Climax Business Strategies in a recent due diligence exercise for a company that I was looking to buy into. It was an absolute pleasure to work with Trevor. I found him to be very practical, thorough and easy to work with. He also engaged well with the target company and was always professional and patient. He added more value to the due diligence process than I was expecting and he provided powerful insights into their inner workings and quickly identified areas requiring further investigation. I felt confident having Trevor on my team. Trevor’s frequent and timely correspondence coupled with a convenient online portal for aggregating and sharing artifacts further simplified the engagement. I have no hesitation in recommending Climax Business Strategies to anyone wishing to conduct a due diligence investigation or just seeking a practical and honest business health review.”

Gavin Kawalsky

Business Valuation

“Not only did we receive a formal valuation which far exceeded our expectations, but Trevor’s detailed report gave us a completely new insight into the strengths (and more importantly weaknesses of the business).We are now using the valuation report as a checklist or template, for improving the profitability of the business in the future.”

Steve Devane

Strategic Planning & Tax

“Climax Business Strategies is a proactive Newcastle accounting firm that I recommend to anyone trying to grow their business and save tax. Trevor has a passion for understanding his clients’ businesses and I enjoy working with Trevor to develop strategies to continue to grow my own business. As a solicitor it’s important for me to have a relationship with a great accountant. I work closely with my own clients on succession planning and reducing business risks and it’s good to know that I have an accountant at call when needed that understands real business issues.”

Sam Roberts, Roberts Legal