Detecting fraud, employee misconduct, and malicious activity is becoming increasingly important to all aspects of business management and compliance. Crosslin’s forensic team of financial and IT professionals offer investigative planning, data collection and analysis, and litigation support and testimony.
Forensic accounting differs from traditional accounting in that a forensic accountant must combine their accounting, auditing, and investigative skills in such a way that they are considered suitable to be recognized by a court of law. Crosslin’s forensic team has the specialized training, experience, and certifications necessary to practice in this area.
A forensic accountant is typically retained by business owners, individuals, governmental entities, and non-profit organizations, often through legal counsel, in matters involving complex accounting, financial, and tax matters. Forensic accountants are often called upon to present and defend case findings in court as an expert witness. The data and evidence revealed will often bring to light relevant facts important to the case.
While the team is tailored to your specific needs, our team consists of:
- Certified Public Accountants
- Certified Valuation and Forensic Professionals
- Management Accounting Professionals
- Litigation Support Professionals
- Information Technology Professionals
What makes Crosslin’s Forensic Services different?
While many professionals offer only forensic accounting services, Crosslin offers both forensic accounting and information technology expertise under one roof. With a proven audit and technology process, this gives the firm a unique approach to forensic examination and analysis. Even more importantly, it gives our forensic team access to resources not commonly found in only an accounting firm or only in a technology driven company.
Crosslin’s forensic team has the depth to provide these services to meet your forensic accounting and litigation support needs.