I work with divorcing parties who have concerns about the money. While I can work with either party, it is most often the woman who is in need of my services. I focus on "lifestyle analysis," which is a detailed tracing of funds through bank accounts, credit card accounts, and investment accounts to determine where the money went and how much the family's lifestyle costs. My results are used to track down hidden money or make calculations related to spousal and child support.
I truly believe that knowledge is power. I am here to help inform the parties about their money. Where did the money go? How do we make sure there is a fair division of the assets and the income?
Tracy Coenen is a renowned forensic accountant and the brains behind The Divorce Money Guide. As a woman in an industry once dominated by men, Tracy has worked tirelessly to rise to the top as one of the most sought-after forensic accountants working in the divorce space.
She has been interviewed by numerous media outlets and publications as an expert on finding hidden money: ABC, CBS, NBC, CNBC, and The Wall Street Journal, just to name a few.
Tracy’s passion lies in helping those who feel powerless in their financial situation. By following her carefully laid out steps, people in the process of divorce go from uninformed and overwhelmed to feeling in control of their finances.
As Tracy says, “We are nothing without a plan,” so a plan is exactly what she focuses on. A plan that will arm clients with information and enable their attorneys to best represent them and their family’s financial needs.
The Divorce Money Guide gives its users simple action steps, with a dose of levity and emotional support.
It’s designed to help clients feel less alone in the isolating process of divorce, with a plan for how they’re going to uncover the facts, resolve the conflict, and move forward.
THREE THINGS ABOUT ME
I've been a forensic accountant for more than 25 years, so I've seen it all when it comes to fraud and financial shenanigans!
I believe in service first. If I help my clients first and foremost, everything else in my business will fall into place.
The Divorce Money Guide is allowing me to help so many more people than I could ever help as a consultant working with individual clients.
CPA, CFF, MAFF
Bachelor of Arts in Criminology; Master of Business Administration
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