Forensic Accounting & Fraud Investigations
Forensic accounting engagements include working with attorneys on civil and criminal cases including family law forensic accounting involving divorce and cases involving business disputes and other matters. Cases include, but are not limited to:
- Equitable Distribution of Assets
- Finding Hidden Income and Assets
- Conflict of Interest Cases
- Due Diligence Reviews
- Fraud Prevention Training
- Income Verification
- Data Mining
Fraud investigations are conducted in a professional, ethical, and discreet manner, and in accordance with lawful fraud examination techniques. Fraud examinations focus on the detection and deterrence of corporate, organization, and external fraud schemes. I employ a full-range of skills and tools to detect fraudulent conduct, including document analysis, witness interviews, and specialized audit and investigative procedures.
I perform fraud investigations involving white collar crime. I have extensive audit experience, as an independent external auditor and internal auditor, and financial controller experience. I understand and assess quantitative and qualitative evidence to seek out the truth; detect financial improprieties and accounting discrepancies; and can illustrate, present and testify about findings; and identify and offer recommendations to protect vulnerable business processes.
Fraud hurts people, families, and communities. Governments, businesses, and individuals are impacted by the effects of fraud. When fraud occurs, you may not know where to start. Should you contact law enforcement, an attorney, someone else? Contact me for a consultation to help you determine what you need to do to ensure that you are taking the right steps to combat and mitigate fraud.
212 South Grove Street
Hendersonville, NC 28792
M-F 8 am – 5pm
And By Appointment