For both new businesses just entering the market and well-established entities, having lawyers on retainer [or in-house] is a wise decision. However, when the question of financial damages comes into play – fraud, lost profits, reputation or something else – it is imperative to consult a certified public accountant (who is also certified in financial forensics).
Forensic accounting litigation support is critical to lawsuits and other dispute proceedings such as mediation and arbitration. When you have to sue an entity that has breached a contract with your or your company, both you and your lawyers need a specialist that knows how to place a monetary value on the wrongdoings they’ve committed. We are able to provide you with the forensic specialist required to support your damage claims.
By the same token, if you believe you have been defrauded by a business partner or business associate, both you and your attorneys will need a savvy fore4nsic accountant to ferret out where exactly this fraud occurred.
Your forensic auditor needs to be someone who has the expertise, the experience, and the ability to spot carefully hidden financial transactions by the perpetrator(s) of the fraud. Just as important, you need to provide the proof to the court in depositions and during trial. This takes someone who knows how to keep his cool when the opposing parties’ lawyers are bearing down with all their might. Our forensic specialists are able to provide you with support during the initial investigation, pre-trial preceding and trial testimony.
What really sets our experts apart team of from other forensic accountants is that we are able to generate unique and creative analysis for your particular situation, which allows for better opportunities to win your court cases and recoup the damages you deserve.