Whom Should You Contact for Assistance with Financial Discovery?

In cases involving business ownership, financial discovery can be extremely complicated. Obtaining complete financial discovery in the early stages of a case is important. [Read more…]

What’s the Difference Between an Expert Consultant and Expert Witness?

As an expert consultant, the CPA/CVA/CFE is engaged to develop information that will be used by the attorney in a variety of ways, including settlement negotiations with the opposing side. In these instances, the¬†CPA/CVA/CFE is usually not expected to testify or to develop an opinion that will be entered in to the court records. [Read more…]

Forensic Considerations In Divorce

When representations made by an opposing spouse appear questionable, a CPA/CVA/CFE may be engaged to test the financial representations by performing forensic procedures. For example, a family incurs annual living expenses of $90,000 and the earner spouse claims to make only $40,000 per year. [Read more…]

Improving Financial Discovery Can Lead To Improved Financial Outcomes

Complete financial information provided to a financial expert can lead to more credible work product produced by the expert. Unfortunately, many attorneys bring the CPA/CVA into the picture too late in the case! [Read more…]