Most attorneys did not major in accounting or finance. Your financial future can be at stake in litigation. Bring us on to your team to help with all aspects of the financial issues.
Determining the value of a privately held company requires a detailed analysis by an experienced and credentialed expert. Every valuation engagement we perform considers a thorough understanding of the economic and industry environment in which the company operates.
Our team has served as a court-appointed receiver on numerous occasions for reasons ranging from marital disputes to the liquidation of a multimillion-dollar investment funds that collapsed under the weight of a Ponzi scheme fraud.
Who are we?
Our Work Process
It may take just a phone call, or a meeting. We will meet with you and your attorney to discuss the status of your matter and how we fit in. The earlier in the process the better. We want to earn your trust.
Data request and discovery
You may have everything we need to get started, but this is not likely. We will work closely with you to gather the required information. Document requests and subpoenas can be used to fill in the missing pieces.
Data review and analysis
As documents and data is reviewed our scope may change. Additional documents are often sought to answer new questions.
Depositions and Interrogatories
This is our chance to ask the questions. We will work with your attorney to ask the right questions based on our analysis.
We want you and everyone that reads our report to understand it. Yes it will be full of excel tables and numbers, but we also provide industry leading source data and clear and convincing written analysis. We use graphs and charts to simplify when possible.
Rebuttal and Expert Depositions
Experts don’t always agree. We will review opposing reports and consider how they impact our findings. This is also the time that the experts testify in preparation for trial.
We treat every case like it’s going to trial. Our purpose is to make sure the trier of fact understands our position. Every report and every conclusion is backed by our diligent analysis.
When there is waste or dissipation of marital assets by one spouse, the trail court may, when apportioning the community property, award money or property sufficient to compensate the other spouse for that waste. But what is waste in the eyes of the court? Gambling, drugs, extramarital activities all sound like possible waste. You will be surprised what could be considered waste in Arizona.