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2600 N Central Ave, Suite 640, Phoenix

Mr. Hughes is an Arizona Certified Public Accountant who has performed over 500 business valuation and litigation support engagements over the past thirteen years. Mark has assisted counsel in areas of financial dispute ranging from valuing professional practices for marital dissolution purposes to the restructuring of large corporations in bankruptcy proceedings. His expertise includes preparation of valuations of small to medium-sized businesses for a variety of purposes including marital dissolutions, business acquisition or sales and dispute resolution. Mark also provides expert opinions in bankruptcy, loss of earnings calculations and other economic damage issues.


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Certified Public Accountant (CPA) American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Arizona State Board of Accountancy

A CPA is a trusted financial adviser who has passed the rigorous CPA Exam, met work experience requirements, and takes continuing professional education courses to maintain the CPA certification. These additional requirements for licensure ensure CPAs maintain the highest standard of knowledge and ethics when operating in financial positions.

Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

The Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV®) credential is granted exclusively by the AICPA to CPAs and qualified valuation professionals. The ABV credential gives members an advantage by arming them with the tools and resources needed to provide the best service to their clients and employers. The credential requires passing of a two part exam on the foundation and implementation of valuation methods.

Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

The CFF credential is granted exclusively to CPAs who demonstrate considerable expertise in forensic accounting through their knowledge, skills and experience. The CFF encompasses fundamental and specialized forensic accounting skills that CPA practitioners apply in a variety of service areas, including: bankruptcy and insolvency; computer forensics; economic damages; family law; fraud investigations; litigation support; stakeholder disputes and valuations. To qualify, a CPA must be an AICPA member in good standing, have at least five years of experience in practicing accounting, and meet minimum requirements in relevant business experience and continuing professional education.

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