From allegations of inappropriate distributions to unreported assets and income to marital waste, to questions regarding the valuation of family businesses or marital assets, including intangible property, you can rely on us with confidence. We understand that the financial aspects associated with a business or personal divorce can be contentious. Navigating the complexities that come along with these matters can be taxing, both emotionally and financially. As a result, we handle all cases with empathy and sensitivity.
While it’s a requirement that all divorcing parties disclose their assets and earnings in preparing for the financial termination of a marriage, there are often allegations of unreported assets and/or income. Similarly, when a family has diverging interests and the business needs to be broken up or sold, a forensic accountant is oftentimes the service provider that brings clarity to the issues. Our highly accredited team has the necessary forensic and industry knowledge to locate and quantify non-disclosed income streams and assets necessary in measuring the key components of the business and each party’s true economic income.
Our forensic and valuation professionals are highly regarded by the litigation and family law bar. Experienced in successfully conducting numerous private company forensic accounting investigations and valuations, judges rely on our objective opinions. We regularly testify as experts for valuing businesses and measurement of income and property for a number of jurisdictions, including New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Connecticut courts.
Following is a representative sample of the services we provide:
Our team is comprised of an impressive combination of professionals including Certified Public Accountants (CPA), Chartered Financial Analysts (CFA), professionals with certifications issued by the American Institute of CPAs, including Accredited in Business Valuations (ABV) and Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF), Accredited Senior Appraisers (ASA), Certified Valuation Analysts (CVA), Certified Fraud Examiners (CFE), and attorneys.