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Marital Dissolution / Divorce

Forensic accountants are often hired by a family law attorney who is representing a divorcing client, in either a contested or collaborative divorce. The client may need assistance in establishing the financial condition of their marriage. This could include determining the standard of living and disposable income for each spouse, locating hidden assets and distinguishing assets between marital and separate property.

At Powers Forensic Accounting, LLC, we are Certified Public Accountants (CPAs), Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs), Certified in Financial Forensics (CFFs), and a Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA) with the skills and experience to find hidden assets, forensically determine personal financial representations and find the true worth of marital and separate property.

Comprehensive services include:

  • Preparing the Statement of Assets, Liabilities & Net Worth
  • Identifying and tracing separate property
  • Performing a forensic examination of personal financial representations
  • Searching, identifying and locating hidden assets
  • Forensically analyzing closely held businesses, their financial condition and records
  • Determining a spouse's economic income from all sources
  • Developing computations of spousal and child support
  • Providing tax analysis of spousal support, as well as marital property settlements
  • Providing expert witness testimony

For more information on our other services, please visit the links below.

Ms. Powers also offers services in Collaborative Divorce.

"I want to personally thank you for working with my attorney last year concerning the accounting issues surrounding my divorce. I especially appreciated your assistance in helping me set up a payment plan that I could manage during the financial constrictions imposed by such a prolonged proceeding."

Powers Forensic - Chrissie Powers

Powers Forensic Accounting, LLC

421 West State Street, Suite 216
Columbus, OH 43215


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