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Valuation of Preferred Equity Interests In Estate Planning

A review of characteristics that drive value.

Preferred equity interests have been used for several decades to accomplish certain estate-planning objectives. The characteristics of preferred interests—such as those related to dividend rights, liquidation rights and voting rights—tend to be the primary value drivers of these senior equity interests. 


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