At Last, a Valid Way To Value S Corps

The Delaware Chancery Court has developed a unique approach to an appraisal issue that has dogged estate and gift tax valuations of subchapter S corporations ever since a string of controversial Tax Court cases earlier this decade. In Delaware Open MRI Radiology Associates, P.A. v. Kessler,1 the Chancery Court takes direct aim at the Tax Court's repeated acceptance of a methodology that significantly

The Delaware Chancery Court has developed a unique approach to an appraisal issue that has dogged estate and gift tax valuations of subchapter S corporations ever since a string of controversial Tax Court cases earlier this decade. In Delaware Open MRI Radiology Associates, P.A. v. Kessler,1 the Chancery Court takes direct aim at the Tax Court's repeated acceptance of a methodology that significantly overvalues interests in S corps. The court also presents a cogent discussio

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