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Ron J. Anfuso CPA/ABV

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When to Retain the Services of a Forensic Accountant

Not all marital dissolution cases require the services of a Forensic
Accountant. However, many of the more complicated cases in this ever complex and changing area of law do.

Some of the reasons to retain a Forensic Accountant are as follows:

• When unreported or underreported income is an issue
• When one or both of the spouses is self-employed
• When one of the spouses has separate property claims
• When temporary and permanent spousal and child support are an issue
• When a determination of the marital lifestyle is required
• When accounting for reimbursements, tracing, allocation,
apportionment and characterization of assets is needed
• When a valuation of a business interest is required
• When determination of business, executive or professional goodwill isneeded
• When there has been a commingling of funds (See v. See)
• When there are reimbursement claims for post-separation maintenance
of community assets (Epstein)
• When the community has made payments on a separate property
residence (Moore/Marsden)
• When an apportionment of community business is necessary (Pereira/Van Camp).
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