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Usually the attorney will review the company's holdings and operating agreement to determine what exactly is owed and what the dissenter's options are.
The company then typically hires an independent party to put a value on the stock. Operating agreements typically require this, but the parties can also stipulate to it and agree to abide by the value received.
You will typically pay an attorney around $5,000 for all of the work and another $2,500 for the independent party to put a value on the stock.
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