When an organisation's integrity and reputation are undermined due to fraud, corporate crime, a commercial dispute or litigation, it can have devastating consequences on the business and its stakeholders. 

Generally when a forensic accountant is called upon to investigate a claim, it can be a very challenging and tense time. When time is of the essence, emotions are running high and large sums of money are at stake; a level-headed, highly efficient and ethical forensic accountant is essential to discovering the financial truth. 

Ulton Forensics is an extension of our specialist audit capabilities. We combine investigative procedures and accounting practices to deliver an independent, objective and thorough analysis of a financial situation.

This provides our clients with a clear understanding of the truth behind the numbers, and the peace of mind that comes from knowing their claim is being properly investigated, analysed, interpreted, reported and presented.

Our services include:

  • Fraud and financial investigation
  • Business valuations
  • Commercial loss and damage assessments
  • Litigation support
  • Family law and commercial disputes
  • Review of expert valuation reports
  • Expert witness.

Forensics and the Law

Our forensic accounting team provides lawyers and law firms with credible forensic analyses that can be relied upon in court or mediation.

Our team can quickly grasp the issues and goals of your case or investigation, and then provide you robust facts and figures, presented clearly and accurately, which will enable you to deliver results for your clients. 

Our thorough knowledge of accounting practices and legislation ensures expert knowledge is applied to your case. We provide powerful, fact-based findings and reports that are easy to understand and well supported. And importantly, we can be relied upon to deliver on time.

Our credentials include preparing valuations and providing forensic accounting advice and reports in relation to:

  • Shareholder/partner disputes
  • Matrimonial dissolutions
  • Breach of contract
  • Lost profits and damage calculations
  • Fraud and criminal investigations
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Estate litigation
  • Bankruptcy and insolvency
  • Insurance claims
  • Personal injury claims
  • Business valuations and audits
  • Due diligence
  • Shadow witness.


Contact Us

For further information, contact Bernard Whebell on (07) 4154 0400 or email.

Print this page Tell A Friend Add to Favorites