Litigation
support

Do you need expert witness testimony
about financial or organizational documents?

Does your client require expert witnesses with specialized financial expertise?

If your case involves a thorough review of financial and organizational documents by someone with financial or accounting expertise, AGH can help.

See how our litigation support can help your case.
Contact us to learn more.

Litigation support

Consider who benefits

Attorneys whose clients require expert witnesses with specialized financial or accounting expertise to support their court case. Litigation support has been provided for cases involving:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Business interruption
  • Business valuation
  • Criminal fraud
  • Damage calculations
  • Divorce
  • Lost profits
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Specific accounting, auditing or tax issues
Consider the benefits

Third-party independent forensic financial expertise brings credibility and objectivity to financial issues in the case

Financial research and reporting translates specialized financial data into understandable and possibly actionable court information

How AGH's litigation support can help your client

Based on the case and the type of information sought, a typical litigation support engagement requires a review of related financial and organizational documents, determination and applicability of pertinent regulations and generally accepted accounting practices, and a report on the findings. Expert witness testimony may be required in some cases.

We can help you make the best case for accounting and financial arguments.
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Kurt Breitenbach

Executive Vice President, Assurance Services

Kurt Breitenbach specializes in serving middle-market closely held businesses and entrepreneurial enterprises. He has more than 35 years of experience serving clients in automotive dealerships, cattle feeding, construction, distribution, ethanol production, franchisors with multi-state franchises, hotels, manufacturing, restaurant and wholesale. In addition, he has directed numerous litigation support projects related to lost profits/business interruption and damage calculations.

Breitenbach is a certified public accountant and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Kansas Society of Certified Public Accountants (where he is a past president), the Wichita Manufacturers Association and Construction Financial Management Association.