In the recent unpublished Virginia case of Hugh v. Hugh (Va. App. 2014), the Virginia Court of Appeals upheld the trial courts order that the Husband pay the Wife’s business valuation expert’s fee of $25,000.   The trial court noted that husband stonewalled the Wife’s expert and the trial court’s efforts, and that “the net result was that [husband] did not, and [wife] could not, bring before the court sufficient evidence from which the court could place a value on the entity which was a principal point in dispute.”