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Business Valuation, Litigation,
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Certified Public Accountants who hold the most prestigious business valuation credentials.

Business Valuation

BUsiNESS VALUATION

Performing business valuations for purposes of financial reporting, transaction advisory, and tax planning and compliance. Learn More
Forensic Accounting

FORENSIC ACCOUNTING

Experienced accounting professionals providing litigation and forensic accounting services. Learn More
Matrimonial Consulting

MATRIMONIAL CONSULTING

Specializing in the financial aspects of divorce. Learn More

A resource for attorneys in and outside the court room.

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How COVID-19 Affects Divorce Cases - Pandemic Creates Unique Business Valuation Challenges

How COVID-19 Affects Divorce Cases - Pandemic Creates Unique Business Valuation Challenges

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on the economy and created significant uncertainty. This article explains how the current environment presents unique challenges as couples in divorce proceedings strive to reach an equitable property division agreement.

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Forecasting Cash Flow in the COVID-19 Era

Forecasting Cash Flow in the COVID-19 Era

Business valuation is a prophecy of the future. That is, investors typically value a business based on its ability to generate future cash flow. However, with so many uncertainties in the current marketplace, forecasting expected cash flow can be challenging.

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Estimating Lost Profits Using the Before-and-After Method

Estimating Lost Profits Using the Before-and-After Method

In Memorial Hermann Health System v. Gomez, a Texas appellate court upheld a compensatory and punitive damages award to a cardiovascular surgeon. The doctor’s employer raised several issues on appeal, including an argument that evidence of lost profits was legally insufficient.

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