Litigation & Business Valuations
We help people get answers to their financial questions and then find solutions: whether it be "What is this business worth?";"Where did the money go?"; "Where does our money come from?"; "What are the damages?", or "What are the tax ramifications?" We are experienced in providing litigation, business valuation, and forensic accounting support. In addition to our BValued™ principles, we adhere to the professional standards of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts.
In addition to testifying as experts we can assist you with:
We are experienced in providing litigation, business valuation, and forensic accounting support. In addition to our BValued™ principles, we adhere to the professional standards of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts.
As a full-service accounting firm, we have hundreds of small businesses and professional practices as clients. This gives us unique insight into their needs and challenges, as well as understanding the issues that arise when valuing small businesses and professional practices.
Forensic accounting - also called financial forensics or forensic auditing - is an area of accounting that investigates actual or anticipated disputes.
On occasion, attorneys and accountants have claims made against them, and experts are required to assist the insurer to evaluate the claim and determine what damages may be. Our litigation services experts have assisted on several different types of claims.
Divorce is a difficult and emotional time. When you or your clients need help, you want competent, timely, accurate, and effective help. We can give you objective and credible assistance.
In litigation we may be asked to determine economic damages pursuant to existing or pending litigation using accounting and auditing techniques, performing forecasts and projections, or otherwise analyzing data. We have experienced competent staff who can compile information efficiently to assist in the calculation and documentation of any potential economic loss or damages.
Collaborative Practice is a way to resolve disputes before they become out of hand and bogged down in expensive legal proceedings. Collaborative practice is effective in family law and civil disputes.