Members of our firm have worked in litigation support since 1992. They have performed economic loss analysis in matters of intellectual property, contract disputes, loss of profits and personal injury.

We have testified as economic experts in State and Federal court. Our opinion testimony has ranged in matters of size from $100 thousand to over $500 million. Kim Onisko, CPA, ABV, CFF, Cr.FA, Forensic Accounting Partner, is a former board member of the American College of Forensic Examiners.

We have performed forensic accountings and asset tracings in business and divorce litigation. We have performed due diligence in a number of private M&A transactions.

We have consulted on and have opined on business valuations in a number of industries. We have calculated values of business ownership interest and values of intangible assets.

  • Forensic accounting involves the application of special skill in accounting, auditing, finance, quantitative methods, certain areas of the law and research, and investigative skills to collect, analyze, and evaluate evidential matter and to interpret and communicate findings.

  • Economic damages are financial losses incurred by breach of contract, business interruption, intellectual property infringement or personal injury.

  • Forensic accountants are necessary in family law matters.

    We prepare asset tracings, income available for support calculations and value businesses in divorce matters.

  • Forensic accountants are valuable in due diligence.

    We assess that the financial representations made during merger and acquisition transactions are accurate.

  • Forensic accountants are used in fraud investigations.

    We step in quickly and evaluate how the fraud was perpetrated, how much was taken and design systems to prevent reoccurrence.

  • Forensic accountants are used as expert witnesses.

    We have the ability to make complicated financial issues clear and concise to a judge and a jury.