Attorneys and businesses seeking litigation support, consulting, and expert witness testimony look to The Curchin Group for guidance.
Amid unfortunate situations such as fraud, embezzlement, and disputes, our clients value our financial acumen; knowledge of the litigation process; open and honest communication; and responsive service. Whether our role is front and center on the stand or examining the numbers behind the scenes, trust Curchin to help navigate your case.
Curchin can assist with asset identification, asset recovery, due diligence reviews, tracing funds, and the entire litigation process.
Our forensic accounting team provides attorneys and businesses across the U.S. with critical expertise during investigations, litigation, and disputes, particularly when fraud is suspected.
We combine decades of experience with extensive knowledge of accounting, finances, tax laws, and trends to provide an accurate valuation for entities of all sizes, in all industries.
Matrimonial disputes often require the reconstruction and reconciliation of personal and business records. Curchin draws data from as many different sources as necessary to assemble meaningful financial information and facilitate a resolution.
With a balance of technical knowledge and practical experience assisting in litigation, investigations, and valuations, Curchin compiles objective analyses to uncover the true story behind the numbers—not just in response to a dispute, but also in company audits, mergers, and acquisitions. Our forensic accounting services span many skillsets, including:
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What Is Forensic Accounting?
Forensic accounting defined is the use of accounting, auditing, and investigative skills to examine the finances of a business or individual. A forensic accountant is trained to search beyond the numbers to help a business to realistically handle an unfortunate situation.
In most instances, a forensic accountant is necessary in embezzlement and fraud cases. Forensic accountants help explain financial crimes in court.
What Does a Forensic Accountant Do?
What is a forensic accountant? These professionals analyze, interpret, and summarize what is often complex business and financial issues.
Forensic accountants are typically employed in the following industries:
These professionals gather financial evidence and create computer applications in order to manage all of the information they collect. They then present their findings as a presentation or report.
With AICPA, ABV (Accredited in Business Valuation), CFF (Certified in Financial Forensics) NACVA, CVA (Certified Valuation Analyst) and ACFE, CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner) professionals on staff, Curchin is uniquely qualified to assist attorneys in all areas of forensic accounting and litigation.
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