White Plains, New York 10604
A CPA focused on resolution of disputes and conflicts out of court, I practice as a neutral financial professional in matrimonial and civil (closely held business, probate and employment) matters, focusing in the areas of business valuation, financial and tax advisory services, and forensic accounting. My background and experience, including an MBA and prior Series 7 and life insurance licensure, provides me with the tools to enable me to handle and successfully assist with resolution of a wide variety of matrimonial and civil conflicts, whether it be assistance with valuation, budgeting, equitable distribution, support, taxation, economic damage and/or financial planning concerns. I also provide business appraisal services for estate, gift and other tax purposes, as well as for business succession planning.
Professional ActivitiesBoard of Directors member and former Treasurer - New York Association of Collaborative Professionals ~ ~New York State Society of CPA's - Professional Ethics Committee - former member ~ ~Blind Brook School District - Board of Education Member 7/06 - 6/12 and President (7/08 - 6/11) ~ ~New York State Society of CPA's Rockland Chapter - Past President
State University of New York at Albany, B.S. - Accounting '86
Bernard M. Baruch College, MBA - Taxation '92
40+ hours of Continuing Professional Education per year as a licensed Certified Public Accountant
Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) - American Institute of Public Accountants
CommentsConflicts and disputes are difficult and emotional, but their resolution can be successful, respectful and private if done using a process geared to understanding, listening, and exchange and exploration of ideas. My work as a collaborative neutral financial professional - emphasizing education and problem solving, allows me to do these things in a manner that results in success for my clients, and for me, personal satisfaction.