The stress of a divorce or business dispute can rock you to your core and obscure your path forward. Our litigation support team offers peace of mind with a clear-headed view of the best possible resolution for you.
Finding your direction through the darkness of litigation can seem a monumental task. The guidance of our litigation support team is based on decades of experience, with advice that empowers you to take each step forward with confidence.
Family Law Services
Going through a divorce can be an extremely stressful time for you and your family, plus it often involves many complex personal and financial issues. With years of experience in family law, our team of professionals works alongside your attorney to assist with all financial aspects of your case. From spousal maintenance, child support and non-marital asset tracing to property division and business valuation, our advisors help illuminate the path toward a resolution so you and your family can move forward.
Specialized Litigation Support Services
The strength of your case often depends heavily on the strength of your financial information. What’s more, understanding your financial situation is key to knowing when and at what price to settle, or if trial is the better option. This is where Abdo can help.
Our litigation support experts work alongside your attorney to provide an accurate assessment and analysis of your tax and financial positions. If your case is mediated, we attend mediation sessions to advise you and your attorney as positions develop. If your case must be tried, we can provide expert testimony. With years of litigation support experience, we can assist in every phase of your case, including engagement planning and trial strategy.
In addition to our family law services, our team can guide you through lost profits and economic damages analysis, forensic accounting and financial fraud investigation, and business valuation.
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Andrew F. Brower, MBA, ASA, ABV
Andy provides his clients with valuable insight into their business, its value, and the road ahead.
Mitchell A. Hiley, ABV
Focusing on the financial aspects of family law, Mitchell specializes in working with clients and their attorneys to resolve the financial challenges that arise during these sensitive cases.