Divorce Forensic Accountant Expert Witness

Half of marriages end in divorce.  That’s what they say.  But even if you are a statistic, you may not need a divorce forensic accountant.  However, you will need one when you and your spouse become litigants over the income and value of a business.  In divorce litigation, the parties do not agree on the value of the business and its income. The disagreement in value increases when the business was separately owned before marriage.  Unlike the operator of the business, the non-operator often believes the value is higher.  They also believe the income and cash profits generated by the business is much higher.  These are complex issues and we are here to “simplify the complex.”  In other words, if accounting were a language, we’d speak in plain English to the attorneys and their clients. Read the full article here.