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South Florida's Top Forensic Accountant and Business Valuation expert

Peter Gampel, ABV/CFF, ASA, CBV, CA

Managing Director

Peter Gampel serves as the managing director of Gampel Forensic and Valuation consulting firm, located in South Florida. Gampel is a highly skilled and highly regarded practitioner specializing in economic damages and business valuation. With over 35 years of experience, including Big “4” CPA Firms, he remained exclusively dedicated to these specialized areas. Gampel regularly contributes insight and clarity to counsel and business owners on complex issues. His expertise and expert witness testimony resulted in successful outcomes in the U.S. District Court, Circuit Courts, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, U.S. Tax Court, American Arbitration Association, and Quebec Superior Court.

Brian Rohl

Brian Rohl, CPA/ABV/CFF

Manager

Brian Rohl is a manager in the Gampel Forensic and Valuation firm. With over five years of experience in the specialized fields of economic damages and business valuation as well as prior experience as an auditor with a Big”4” accounting firm. Rohl’s expertise has been instrumental in assisting attorneys in resolving complex issues on many diverse and complex business damages cases. He can discern the requisite significant and consequential issues in cases and address them with a thorough and complete analysis. Moreover, he has provided expert witness testimony before the United States District Court.

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What is the role of forensic accountants in legal proceedings?

A forensic accounting consultant works closely with legal counsel in a number of ways. These include:

  1. Litigation support: Forensic accountants provide litigation support to attorneys in legal disputes. This may involve analyzing financial documents, preparing reports of opinions, and providing expert witness testimony.
  2. Fraud investigations: Forensic accountants work with legal counsel to investigate allegations of fraud. This may include conducting interviews, reviewing and analyzing financial documents to support the attorneys.

Overall, forensic accounting experts work with legal counsel to provide expert financial analysis. Their expertise is crucial in helping to resolve shareholder litigation and business disputes.

Why forensic accounting is important?

A forensic accountant is a specialist who combines accounting and investigative skills to assist attorneys in legal disputes, fraud investigations, and other financial analysis. A Florida forensic accountant can provide litigation support by analyzing financial records and providing expert testimony in court.

Gampel Forensic and Valuation assists attorneys and provides an independent, impartial analysis of financial information for use in legal proceedings or dispute resolution.

If you want a top forensic accounting firm in South Florida or have any questions – Contact Us  Gampel Forensic and Valuation office at 401 E Las Olas Blvd #1400, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301. You can reach us via email at info@forensicandvaluation.com or by phone at (954) 332-2404.

What is business valuation services?

A business valuator is a specialist in determining the value of the business for a variety of purposes including sale or acquisition, partnership buyout, estate, and gift tax purposes, and in the event of a legal dispute.

As top forensic accounting and business valuation firm, we provide an independent, impartial analysis and provide important insights into a company’s financial health.

How to choose the best forensic accountant expert in Florida?

Choosing the right forensic accountant can be crucial to the success of your case, whether you are a business owner, attorney, or individual. Here are some tips to help you choose the right forensic accountant:

  1. Look for experience and qualifications:  It is important to find a forensic accountant who brings extensive experience in the type of case you are dealing with, and who holds relevant certifications, such as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF).
  2. Check their track record: Look for the forensic accountant who has a proven track record of experience in previous cases. You can do this by asking for their CV and case history.
  3. Understand their approach: Make sure the forensic accountant you choose has a clear understanding of your goals for the case and has a proven methodology.
  4. Consider their communication skills: Choose a forensic accountant who has excellent communication skills and explain complex financial concepts for business damages.
  5. Check their availability: Confirm that the forensic accountant you choose has the time and resources to devote to your case. You want someone who will be responsive and proactive in their approach.

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