What is a Forensic Accountant and Valuation Expert Witness?
So your long time business partnership is near dissolution and a dispute has arisen. What do you do next? Any smart business person may hire an attorney to protect his rights and entitlements to the business value and profits. But in the course of litigation many other factors must be evaluated. These issues usually necessitate the need for a forensic accounting and valuation expert witness. Forensic accounting and valuation services assist clients and attorneys in making sense of the financial issues involved in litigation. Often these matters involve complex financial transactions, missing or incomplete data or fraudulent activity. A good accounting and valuation expert should know how businesses work and be able to look behind the numbers.
Forensic accounting and valuation expert witnesses are often used in the following scenarios:
- Valuation of a Closely Held Business
- Fraud Investigation Relating to Business Valuations
- Eminent Domain (Goodwill Valuations)
- Litigation Support Services
Source: Legal Resources Blog
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