Forensic Accountants: What They Do and When to Use One

Forensic accountants are growing increasingly popular in divorce cases, and for good reason – unraveling a couple’s financial picture and then dividing that equitably is tricky business. Oftentimes, it’s distrust that income is being withheld or even hidden that leads a person down this path. But you shouldn’t think of a forensic accountant as a financial spy – they can be an incredibly useful resource that can take the pressure off you and your ex to paint a complete and comprehensive financial picture. A forensic accountant can be very helpful when there’s a financial conflict or some confusion. They can also help with business valuations when a business is joint community property, or if the business is owned by one…

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