Have you ever wondered what a forensic accountant does in divorce cases? Are you worried about hidden assets or financial infidelity? In this episode, co-host Melissa Fradenburg, CDFA®️, AIF® welcomes Tracy Coenen, a renowned forensic accountant who specializes in helping find money during divorce. Tracy has created a 10-step Divorce Money Guide to help you find hidden assets and take control of the finances during your divorce, and she and Melissa dive into a few of the steps. They also discuss how to spot financial fraud and infidelity, as well as what every spouse, especially stay-at-home partners, should know about their family finances.
As a forensic accountant, Tracy has investigated hundreds of fraud cases in various industries and served as an expert witness in numerous cases involving damage calculations, commercial contract disputes, shareholder disputes, and criminal defense. Tune in for an informative and empowering conversation on how to take control of your financial future and learn from Tracy’s wealth of knowledge.
Divorce Forensic Accounting – RESOURCES
- You can learn more about Tracy Coenen and find all the resources mentioned in this episode HERE.
- Order Tracy Coenen’s book, Find Me the Money: Take Control, Uncover the Truth, and Win the Money You Deserve in Your Divorce
- Follow the Wealthy After Divorce Podcast HERE.
- Listen to Episode 175: Financial Planning Discussions for Couples.
- Learn more about Pearl Planning .
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