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Fister, Williams, and Oberlander is able to provide a number of consulting services including forensic accounting, litigation support, and business valuation among others. Our commitment to clients is to provide personalized advice and assistance in any financial situation that may arise. Clients who utilize our consulting services can expect punctual and prudent guidance throughout the year on any financial issue.

Our forensic accounting services can provide your business with safeguards against fraud. Some of the forensic accounting services Fister, Williams, and Oberlander offers include fraud investigation, loss estimates, reviewing and/or establishing internal controls, training and educating your employees on fraud prevention practices, and implementing those practices. Utilizing forensic accounting services can save your business the pain and financial loss associated with fraud. Madelyn Twyman, one of our staff members, is a CFFA (Certified Forensic Financial Analyst) candidate. She is ready and available to assist your business with any forensic accounting needs you may have.

Litigation support services are available to assist you in certain legal proceedings. Some of the services we can provide include serving as an expert witness and offering legal advice on financial matters. Our staff is fully committed to serving your needs throughout any legal proceedings.

We are also well equipped to meet your business valuation needs. Our staff can produce valuation reports that can aid your business and provide strategic advantages. No matter the size or scope of your business, our firm can undertake any valuations you require. Louis Fister, a partner, is a CVA (Certified Valuation Analyst). He can provide expert advice and service on any valuations that your business requires.

Other consulting services that our firm can provide you include: estate tax and estate tax planning, purchases, sales, and mergers of businesses, gift tax and planning, buy/sell agreements, C-corp to S-corp conversions, and allocation of purchase price (pursuant to ASC 805, 820, and 350).