Divorce Accounting Services

divorce accounting services

Emotions run high during a divorce. Both parties are legally required to disclose all assets and earnings but allegations of nondisclosure and unreporting are often raised. One spouse might attempt to conceal his or her assets in an effort to reduce equitable distribution. If you suspect your spouse is hiding money, I can help. My experience in divorce accounting allows me to uncover hidden assets and perform lifestyle analysis to establish the true value of the marital estate and ensure that it's divided up fairly.

As a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® professional or CDFA® professional, I’ll help you address the unique financial issues around divorce with data that can achieve more equitable settlements. Through the financial analysis process, as a CDFA® professional I’ll help you think through the real cost of divorce and develop a realistic picture of your financial situation as you transition to a new lifestyle.

As your forensic accountant, I'll become the partner who's looking out for your best financial interests so you can be confident that you receive the money you deserve in your divorce settlement. I'll conduct a complete analysis of your marital finances to identify any discrepancies. This includes examining real estate transactions, evaluating family-owned businesses, and scouring all financial records to ensure every last dollar is accounted for. As a CPA, I can also identify and address tax considerations along the way. When needed, I'll act as an expert witness or assist in mediation for those who desire to avoid the emotional distress and cost of court proceedings.

Find out how a CDFA® professional and experienced forensic accountant can make all the difference in the financial outcome of the divorce process. Call me at 941-364-5760 or request your consultation online and I'll be in touch soon.

Forensic accounting for divorce:

  • Uncovering hidden assets
  • Identifying unreported income
  • Lifestyle and financial analysis
  • Equitable distribution
  • Tax considerations and planning
  • Analysis of the opposing expert’s opinions/reports
  • Assistance during mediation
  • Trial preparation
  • Expert witness testimony
  • Collaborative divorce
  • Post-divorce planning and budgeting