As a full-service CPA Firm providing litigation support, we can assist Partnerships and Corporations along with individuals with insight and clarity to counsel. Morgan & Associates P.C. will analyze the most complex accounting, financial and tax issues and deliver an opinion which is clear, concise and easy to understand by the courts and judiciary body. With Morgan & Associates P.C. on your team, we can provide expert witness testimony, develop theory, and assist with deposition questions or case strategy. At Morgan & Associates P.C. we hold designations including (ABV) Accredited in Business Valuations, (MAFF) Master Analyst in Financial Forensics.
WHAT IS LITIGATION SUPPORT?
Litigation support is the factual presentation of economic issues related to existing or pending litigation. The nature of these matters generally involves highly complex financial issues that are best handled by a qualified experienced firm that is certified by the AICPA in Financial Fraud and Forensics. We provide Expert Witness testimony and assistance to plaintiffs and defendants in matters such as Lost Profits, Family Law, Misappropriation of Assets, Embezzlement or Money Laundering, Employee Theft, and Fraud Investigations.
WHEN IS LITIGATION SUPPORT REQUIRED?
Business Valuation & Forensic Advisors provides the highest level of service for both plaintiffs and defendants including the following:
EXPERTISE AND CERTIFICATIONS
If you find yourself in a situation where litigation seems imminent or necessary, you need professionals that have experience and credibility. The professionals at Business Valuation & Forensic Advisors have this experience and are recognized as credible consultants and/or expert witnesses capable of advising on the most complex matters. We understand the high emotions involved in handling litigation cases and provide you with direction and confidence throughout this process.
The nature of these matters generally involve highly complex financial issues that are best handled by a qualified, experienced CPA firm that has professionals recognized for their expertise and certifications in the areas of Business Valuations (ABV) and Financial Fraud and Forensics (MAFF) and forensic accounting. The Financial Forensics certification is administered by the AICPA and granted exclusively to qualified CPAs who demonstrate considerable expertise in forensic accounting through their knowledge, skill, and experience.
WE CAN HELP
Perhaps you are unsure whether you are in need of these services as your concerns have not yet been confirmed. Maybe something does not seem right with the books of your company, or somehow the cash in your account just does not seem to add up. The team at Business Valuation & Forensic Advisors can help. We can confidentially analyze your records and determine the likelihood of fraud or embezzlement. If we discover fraud or embezzlement has occurred we can then help to quantify damages incurred for insurance and/or prosecution purposes.
Find out more about how we can help by contacting us using the form below or calling 616-776-6457.
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