Commercial and other disputes and litigation are seldom simple and often involve highly complex issues.

We have a highly experienced team of experts including accountants, certified fraud examiners, liquidators and trustees who are able to bring their extensive expertise and experience to assist with disputes and to achieve the best outcome for all stakeholders. Where appropriate we will access resources from across William Buck and the Praxity Alliance to enhance outcomes for all stakeholders.

The services provided by our team of experienced forensic accountants include:

  • Preparing business and share valuations
  • Quantifying loss of earnings in contract disputes, personal injury cases and insurance claims
  • Investigation, documentation and quantification of loss in fraud cases
  • Unravelling and explaining complex financial transactions
  • Identifying and valuing assets in family law matters
  • Giving expert evidence in litigation and mediation proceedings

Business Recovery >

Not What You're
Looking For

Ask Us Today!

All the Latest From Our Business Recovery Team

Unfair preference payments- protect yourself from the void

Posted By chloe on 03/06/2019 05:50:33 am

What are unfair preference claims? A preference is defined as where a creditor receives payment and the payer is insolvent at the time, and the…

Read More
End of the Road – Managing the risk of finalising the affairs of a company

Posted By chloe on 03/06/2019 05:31:56 am

A company will reach the end of its useful life for many reasons. Whatever this reason, an important decision must be made at this point…

Read More
Have you received a Director Penalty Notice?

Posted By chloe on 05/02/2019 09:41:33 pm

As a director, it’s important that you ensure your company complies with its taxation obligations, or else risk personal liability for outstanding Pay As You…

Read More
Overseas Travel in Bankruptcy

Posted By chloe on 05/02/2019 09:39:13 pm

An important condition placed on all bankrupts in Australia is the restriction on unauthorised overseas travel. An undischarged bankrupt must obtain permission from their trustee…

Read More