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Financial Forensics, Inc.

Forensic Accounting / Private Investigations 

Contact information:

Financial Forensics, Inc.

12400 W. 62nd Terrace, Suite G

Shawnee, KS  66216

(816) 425-1367


Organization / evaluation of discovery


Financial information provided in discovery can fall about anywhere on the spectrum of organization and completeness.   Some records are well-organized and perform an informative function that is useful to attorneys and clients.  Often, this is not the case, and the ability to organize and describe the probative value of those records is essential. 

Financial Forensics has been involved in the preparation and submission of hundreds of financial crimes cases where organization of the records is critical, and their probative use is well documented.  Financial Forensics will first organize discovery into related segments and develop an index system to provide an ongoing reference to the evidence provided in discovery.  After gaining an understanding of the available evidence, individual pieces of evidence are evaluated for completeness and probative value.  An important by-product of this process is that partial evidence is identified for follow-up, and individual components of financial discovery are evaluated according to their strength in support of the overall case.  Finally, evidence that may be available but not included in the discovery (or produced from the underlying investigation) is identified for follow-up.

A strength of Financial Forensics is to apply accounting and investigative skills to the evaluation of your evidence.  It's important to understand how income and assets are reported, including valuation of assets often used in determining legal settlements.  Financial Forensics will examine reported income for completeness, and help you identify avenues for evidence.