Asset Tracing In Divorce

There are a few reasons parties may need asset tracing during their divorce.  One reason is to assist parties substantiate separate property claims for any assets that were held prior to marriage, inherited or gifted.  Another is to search for undisclosed assets. Typically, we use information provided in discovery to try to identify and quantify the source of funds of assets that exist today to assist our clients in determining the marital estate and equitable property division.


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Brandi Steinberg

Brandi joined IAG in 2016 as a Forensic Accountant in IAG Forensics and Valuation’s forensic accounting and litigation services practice. Brandi has over five years experience comprised of both public and private practice, having spent several years in public accounting and serving as a controller for an automotive group. She possesses extensive experience in financial reporting; auditing of local governments, non-profit entities, and private companies; taxation of individuals and businesses; addressing complex accounting issues; evaluating and designing internal controls; and performing corporate investigations.

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