Valuation, Forensics and Litigation Support

Crosslin’s team of professionals has decades of experience with performing business valuations, investigating forensic and financial fraud matters, and serving as litigation support professionals.

A business valuation prepared by an experienced and certified professional can play an important role in a wide variety of business and strategic planning issues, acquisitions and mergers, tax matters, divorce proceedings, estate planning, financial planning, and legal matters.  Whether your needs are based on a specific event or strategic opportunities, Crosslin has the experience to help you obtain the right level of service for your needs.  As one of Tennessee’s largest accounting firms and business solution providers, Crosslin’s team performs a comprehensive array of business valuation services.

With years of hands-on experience, cutting edge technology, and specialized certifications, Crosslin’s team can effectively help you navigate many valuation and forensic situations.  By rapidly responding to your needs, we have the experience to play a major role in your business planning and litigation support needs.

How We Help


Crosslin can assist companies on either side of an acquisition or merger with transaction valuations and accounting, entity agreement issues, governance and operational situations, and accounting and tax matters.


Crosslin has extensive experience assisting customers with mergers, and we also provide post-transaction advisory services.

Buy-Sell Agreements

Current buy/sell agreements are important to business owners. Often, agreements are outdated and are no longer valid for a business’ current circumstances. Crosslin can assist with identifying issues important to all parties in efforts to reach workable solutions for owners, both existing and new.

Estate and Gift Tax

Crosslin’s valuation services include business valuations for estate/decedent reporting and estate planning.

Purchase Price Allocation

Crosslin has the experience to assist with purchase price allocation valuations and goodwill impairment testing for financial reporting purposes. This includes valuing intangible assets such as customer lists, non-compete agreements, patents, trademarks, in-process research and development, rights, software technology, licenses, assembled workforce, and certificates of need.

Intangible Assets

Examples of intangible assets include: patent rights, copyrights, trade secrets, goodwill, and organization and startup costs.

FAS 123R

Crosslin's valuation team offers stock option valuation services (IRC 409A/ASC 718 – formerly FAS 123R).

Shareholder Disputes

Even the best-managed organizations can experience conflict and tension among its shareholders.

Lost Profits/Economic Damages

Crosslin’s consultants are regularly retained to serve as expert witnesses in assessing lost profits and damages for a variety of legal dispute matters attributable to fraud, financial performance, contract performance, compensation, shareholder disputes, divorce, and natural disasters.

Fair Value

Crosslin's fair value consulting services help customers make educated decisions during the purchase or sale of a business.

Family Limited

A Family Limited Partnership (FLP) is a unique entity type that allows owners to move wealth from one generation to the next.

Professional Practices

Crosslin is a leading provider of accounting and advisory services to a large number of physician professional service firms and includes 25+ years of valuation and consulting to the industry.