A High Caliber Experience

At Causey, our Valuation and Litigation team believes our clients deserve the highest level of expertise in order to address your unique needs and solve problems. Our management-to-client ratio is unprecedented in the industry, providing our clients with the most experienced professionals to work with you – whether you need a business valuation, asset tracing or litigation support. We deliver a higher caliber experience and the best outcome possible for each client we serve.


Divorce Litigation

We are a leading and trusted provider of divorce litigation support services in the Rocky Mountain Region. The Causey divorce litigation team has provided services for more than 1,000 marital dissolutions with family assets, generally ranging from $300,000 to well over $50 million.

We understand the complexities and sensitive issues that come with divorce. Our team of experts walks you through the entire process and provides a wealth of services including:

  • Valuing business ownership interests
  • Trust interests
  • Calculations of child support and maintenance scenarios
  • Financial planning
  • Stock option and restricted stock valuations
  • Expert witness testimony
  • Separate property analysis
  • Asset tracing
  • Settlement scenarios
  • Marital balance sheet preparation
  • Income-related analyses

Business Valuations

The Causey team of professionals provides you with years of expertise and the personal attention that makes all the difference to your success.

We have performed hundreds of business valuations for companies appraised from less than $25,000 to more than $30 million. Our extensive list of industries served includes professional services firms, manufacturing companies, and retailers. Some of the businesses we’ve provided valuations for include:

  • Accounting firms
  • Medical practices
  • Law firms
  • Construction companies
  • Manufacturing companies
  • Wholesaler/Distribution companies
  • Asset holding companies
  • Retailers
  • Software companies, and many others

Forensic Accounting and Asset Tracing

When the accounting records don’t seem quite right, our Forensic and Asset Tracing team gets to work for you.

Take for an example, a family business that reports less than $100,000 of income per year, yet the family’s expenses are well over $300,000 per year. The numbers simply don’t add up. Forensic accounting is a process that utilizes tailored procedures to uncover any improprieties in the accounting records. It involves a detailed analysis of not only what is recorded, but also what isn’t. The process also involves the creation of detailed work papers which can be used to support, in court, the findings of the investigation. Our professionals also are there to testify in court about our findings and conclusions.

Causey can also provide asset tracing services related to gifts, inheritances and assets owned prior to marriage.

Collaborative Divorce Support

Causey has experience working in collaborative divorce environments. This method of dissolving a marriage enables participants who work as a team, alongside their professionals, to develop a resolution without conflict. This process is built to sustain relationships and minimize or eliminate conflicts that often arise during the divorce process.  Collaborative approaches to divorce can be an ideal way to move forward in a manner designed to resolve disputes respectfully and expediently.

Economic Damages Litigation

In disputes ranging from $450,000 to more than $150 million, the Causey team of experts has provided commercial litigation support services to attorneys and their clients. Our testimony experience exceeds 100 successful appearances in non–marital related cases in State Courts, U.S. District Court (in eight states from coast to coast), and U.S. Bankruptcy Court.

Our team of principals combine strong technical and industry experience with the skills to communicate complex concepts in a manner that juries and judges easily understand. We provide testimony for economic damages, lost profits, intellectual property, business valuations, anti-trust, product liability, lender liability, wrongful death, personal injury and employment matters.