Forensic accounting is done in support of current or anticipated litigation. The work product that results is permissible as evidence in a court of law, and is thus held to a very high level of standard.
Some examples of when forensic accounting is needed:
- Economic damages calculations
- Post-acquisition disputes or breaches of warranties
- Bankruptcy, insolvency, and reorganization
- Securities fraud
- Tax fraud
- Money laundering
- Business valuation
- Computer accounting investigation
- Lifestyle analysis (e.g. for alimony, child support or equitable distribution)
In short, when something bad has (or will be) going down - you may need the services of a forensic accountant. I have deep experience in this field and will partner with you to pull all the facts out of the system(s), processes and people involved in the investigation.
If you think you need a forensic accountant please contact me and I will be happy to discuss this with you.
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