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Interested in working with Pokémons?

If you are a CPA looking for a new challenge, we recently found that we have Pokémons at our firm.

pokey1We have them at our front door as you can see.

They assist us in our Forensic investigations, our business valuations, estate valuations, and all the other forensic work we perform at the firm.

So far we’ve kept the Pokémons behaving but we have spotted them in some of the offices helping out with Excel spreadsheets and calculations.

pokey2Bottom line if you are a CPA looking for a new challenge, either in playing Pokémon Go, or in a career in Litigation consulting, contact us at job@tshb.com.

The position includes benefits, and … uh.. well the office obviously attracts Pokémons quite well.

Pokémon hunting skills not mandatory to apply for the position.

What is Collaborative Divorce?

A collaborative divorce occurs when spouses are able to work out an agreement without going to divorce court.  One of our newer professionals, Maria Fergus is specializing in this new category of divorce consultation.
Maria stated:  I really like this type of engagement especially when there are children involved.  Too many times a traditional divorce can be stressful and combative for families.  Those involved in Collaborative Divorce come to the table using cooperative techniques and not adversarial strategies and litigation.  Everyone agrees to make a best effort to reach a negotiated outcome.  It’s better for the Husband and Wife, it’s better for the children involved.
All of the experts retained in the process are committed to manage the conflict, emotional issues and relationship issues creatively.