Taxpayers must resolve many tax-related matters when the separate or divorce.  Failing to consider these tax issues can have a long-term financial impact.  Taxpayers contemplating separation or divorce are encouraged to consult a CPA before finalizing any agreements.

We work with your attorney to fully understand your financial situation and develop the best possible outcome for you.  While a good divorce attorney is all you need in a financially simple case, you might need a CPA for a financially complex case.  The litigation of a financially complex case will often benefit from a CPA's expertise.

Overview of our divorce planning services:

  • determination of actual income, especially for the self-employed
  • evaluation of assets and liabilities
  • forensic accounting to uncover missing or hidden assets
  • tax effects of income and distribution alternatives
  • creating innovative financial strategies to expedite settlement