When You Need a Forensic Accountant in Your Divorce Case

Normally, forensic accountants are utilized in investigative endeavors concerning white collar crimes. For example, if a person is money laundering or is committing tax fraud or financial fraud, a forensic accountant can investigate all records to determine where there are inconsistencies that point to the crime at hand. In your divorce, a forensic accountant can be an invaluable asset. This is normally necessary when you suspect that your spouse is hiding accounts that have not been reported to on the divorce paperwork.

For example, if you suspect that your husband has a separate account which he is using to fund an affair with his girlfriend, and he has not reported this money on the divorce papers, you may want to hire a forensic accountant. A forensic accountant can carefully investigate your finances and determine if there are any situations which prove inconsistency and the need to re-create your divorce papers. Forensic accountants are also helpful when one or both spouses own a business or professional practice where it is easy to hide money or income and increase expenses.

Do you need a forensic accountant in your divorce case? We can help you to determine whether or not you do! Contact Claery & Hammond today to get the legal assistance necessary to help you with your case. After you have been able to determine the legal needs, we can help you with your case today and teach you how to deal with your divorce in a professional and effective manner. Don't hesitate to call the firm today to learn more about how we can help you! We want to assist you with your case and help you to get the property division that is fair and even in your situation!