Litigation support and dispute resolution, Financial Accounting

Litigation Support/Dispute Resolution -

A service that CPAs every so often provide to attorneys -for example expert testimony about the value of a business or other asset, forensic accounting (a partnerstealing from his other partners, or a spouse understating his income in a matrimonial action). Lawyer hires CPA to do the investigation and figure out the amount of money stolen or understated.

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