Do I need a forensic accountant? This is a question we get asked on a regular basis. While there is no definitive answer, here are some markers that might indicate the need of a forensic accountant.
- Is there a business involved?
- Retirement accounts?
- Suspected hidden income?
- Community property?
If any of those bullet points apply to you, it’s likely that a forensic accountant could help.
Typically if child support is the only calculation that you need made, your attorney should be able to handle that with the Dissomaster.
As forensic accountants, we always work under the direction of an attorney as they serve as the quarterback to the whole process. If you think you need of a forensic accountant, and are not currently working with a family law attorney, we’d be happy to refer you to one in our network.