Making Forensic Accounting Accessible With the Divorce Money Guide

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The Divorce Money Guide has gotten rave reviews from divorce attorneys, financial planners, divorce coaches, and divorce financial analysts. I’m so excited to be able to make forensic accounting accessible to ordinary people in the process of divorce.

We all know how expensive it can be to hire a forensic accountant. So what happens to those people who know their spouse is involved in money shenanigans, but aren’t able to hire me?

The Divorce Money Guide is the answer. It teachers users what financial discovery is, what documents are needed, how to get them, and what to do with them. If you can’t hire a forensic accountant but need to dig into the numbers in your divorce, this is the next best thing. It’s do-it-yourself forensic accounting with expert assistance. Yes, I teach some very simple techniques for analyzing bank statements and tax returns that just about anyone can do, even if they’re “not good with numbers.”

If you’re interested in a preview of the kinds of things I teach in the Divorce Money Guide, join me on Thursday June 30 at 7:30pm Eastern for a free workshop called Red Flags of Financial Fraud in Divorce.

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