Life-changing mistakes can be made if you are unaware of the financial aspects associated with marital disputes and dissolutions. These experiences are often complex and can be overwhelming to the parties.
Drawing on our forensic and business valuation experience and credentials, Holman Frenia Allison (HFA), PC. works closely with family lawyers to provide vital divorce services. Some of our services include income and asset verification, business valuations, settlement negotiations and trial preparation.
In today’s volatile economic climate retaining the expertise of an experienced forensic accountant can make a considerable difference in the outcome of the divorce settlement. Often times in a divorce a forensic accountant is engaged to locate and quantify non-disclosed assets and hidden income necessary to identify the true economic income of the parties involved. HFA professionals examine the financial documents and provide a credible analysis and options to help resolve the financial portion of the divorce process.
The model of Collaborative Divorce process offers a team of professionals who can help parties involved create a successful path. One of HFA’s team members, a neutral financial professional, can help both parties achieve fair and equitable financial settlements. Joyce Somerville, is trained in the fundamentals of divorce and finance and has well-rounded knowledge in financial planning concepts and mediation training, all of which enables HFA to provide parties with a structure and a process to facilitate resolving financial statements.
HFA can draw on a large network of outside experts, when necessary, in fields including real estate, banking, insurance, computers, and many others, to provide the best possible financial outcome.
Our divorce services include:
- Collaborative Divorce
- Case information statement preparation
- Business valuation
- Asset tracing
- Cash flow and income determination
- Lifestyle analysis
- Net worth determination
- Identification of separate versus marital property
- Dissipation analysis and calculation
- Strategic tax planning
- Settlement negotiations
- Trial testimony
RISK COMES FROM NOT KNOWING THE FINANCIAL FACTS.