The trial court’s finding of White’s net worth accepted as true White’s statement in his December 31, 2013 financial statement that his personal effects were worth $250,000 and his investment property was worth $30,000. The court also accepted as true White’s March 15, 2014 financial statement to the extent it reported $35,221 in cash and $12,244,617 in liabilities. The court, however, rejected White’s March 2014 valuation of his residence based on the lack of
comparable sales and determined the value to be $8,471,200 applying a per acre rate. The court also rejected White’s valuation of his interest in Tri-Properties as reflected in the March 2014 statement—$5,335,477—and determined it was worth $11,060,068 based on a 99% ownership interest, evidence that EvolvHealth’s worth as of December 31, 2013 was $5,000,000, and testimony showing that, based on a per acre rate, the Dalgreen Property was worth $2,064,000.
As the fact finder, the trial court was the sole judge of the witnesses’ credibility and was free to accept in part and reject in part the proffered testimony. See Houser, 204 S.W.3d at 841. This is exactly what the trial court did with respect to the testimony regarding the valuation of White’s residence, the Dalgreen Property, and EvolvHealth. These are findings this Court cannot disturb. Id. Accordingly, to the extent White complains of the evidence to support these findings, we overrule his complaint......
Considering White a sixty-nine percent owner in Tri-Properties, the value of his interest is $7,708,532. That amount added to White’s other $8,751,200 in assets totals $16,459,732. Subtracting White’s $12,244,617 in liabilities from that amount, his net worth is $4,215,115.