TAX EXPERTISE

TAX AND ACCOUNTING EXPERTISE – JUDICIAL OR EXTRAJUDICIAL
 

JUDICIAL ACCOUNTING EXPERTISE

 

- governed by the Code of Civil Procedure, Criminal Procedure Code and other special laws. They represent evidence in court and are automatically enforced or accepted, at the request of the parties involved in the judicial process, during all the stages of its progress. The expert, accepted by court as unbiased regarding the two conflicting parties, has the duty to clarify the required accounting and financial goals.
 

EXTRAJUDICIAL ACCOUNTING EXPERTISE

 

- also called amiable, are carried out without the involvement of a court of justice. They do not qualify as evidence in court, but mostly stand as arguments regarding the request of the parties for proof of administering legal or accounting expertise or to resolve disputes in an amiable manner. They are requested by the party which chooses its own accounting experts and sets their objectives (questions) to which they must respond.
 

OUR EXPERTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF ACCOUNTING EXPERTISE:

 
  • civil accounting expertise, requested or allowed to resolve civil disputes
  • criminal accounting expertise, requested or allowed to resolve civil issues attached to criminal litigation
  • commercial accounting expertise, requested or allowed to resolve trade disputes
  • tax accounting expertise, requested or accepted in resolving tax disputes
  • other categories of judicial audit , requested by the court of law or by customers