There are many reasons why you might need the services of a Forensic Accountant to provide expert advice to resolve either a dispute or to successfully resolve legal action.
An up to date valuation is essential and is the starting point when you are involved in a divorce settlement or a boardroom dispute.
Splitting your marital finances can be complex, particularly when they include pensions, shares, setting up trusts and investing funds. You’ll also need an expert to help you prepare a Form E, which discloses your income and assets.
Boardroom disputes or breaches of contracts need to be resolved quickly to avoid the issue escalating and becoming a financial drain on your company.
As part of the process of raising new finance for your business, your lender will often require a due diligence report to protect their investment.
If your business has been affected by fire, flood or business interruption due to the personal injury of a key team member – and your insurance claim for lost profits or income is being questioned – you’ll need an independent assessment or an expert witness to prove your claim is valid.
Our Forensic Accounting and Litigation Support team have years of experience, dealing with personal and corporate investigations and disputes, giving you peace of mind that they have the knowledge and expertise to support you through the entire process.
Working in partnership with the legal profession on a wide range of business and industry cases, our forensic accountants provide a clear and concise interpretation and presentation of the facts in written and oral formats, for court and civil proceedings.
We are members of the Network of Independent Forensic Accountants (NIFA).