Dr. James Di Gabriele, Felciano School of Business professor of accounting, was recently quoted in a Forbes article about divorcing wealthy couples engaging with forensic accountants. Dr. Di Gabriele said, "it’s impossible to appropriately divide marital assets if everyone doesn’t know just what those assets are and what they’re worth. High-net-worth couples generally have a number of types of assets such as investment portfolios, businesses, collectables, partnerships, and the list goes on. Divorce lawyers are not the professionals that are going to be able to determine the value of all the different assets. That’s the job of the forensic accountant."
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