can a Forensic Accountant be of assistance?
A Forensic Accountant can be of assistance in
various ways, including:
- Review of the factual situation and
provision of suggestions regarding possible courses of
- Assistance with the protection and
recovery of assets.
- Co-ordination of other experts, including:
- Private investigators;
- Forensic document examiners;
- Consulting engineers.
- Assistance with the recovery of assets by
way of civil action or criminal prosecution.
- Assistance in obtaining documentation
necessary to support or refute a claim.
- Review of the relevant documentation to
form an initial assessment of the case and identify areas
- Assistance with Examination for Discovery
including the formulation of questions to be asked
regarding the financial evidence.
- Attendance at the Examination for
Discovery to review the testimony, assist with
understanding the financial issues and to formulate
additional questions to be asked.
- Review of the opposing expert's damages
report and reporting on both the strengths and weaknesses
of the positions taken.
- Assistance with settlement discussions and
- Attendance at trial to hear the testimony
of the opposing expert and to provide assistance with