Over forty years’ experience in financial forensics, divorce taxation, business valuation, and general accounting. Jeff has been qualified in NJ courts as an expert witness in Financial Forensics and Business Valuation.
After earning his BA from Temple University in 1973, Jeff earned his MBA from Rutgers Graduate School of Business Administration (Professional Accounting Program) in 1975. He took and passed the CPA his first sitting in November 1975.
He is on the NJ Judicial Roster of Mediators for Economic Aspects of Family Law. He is also trained in Collaborative Law and is a founding member of the Mid-Jersey Collaborative Law Alliance and the NJ Council of Collaborative Practice Groups.
Jeff holds nationally recognized advanced credentials in forensics and business valuation including the CFE, CFF, CVA, and ABV designations. He is a nationally recognized speaker, instructor, and author.
Jeff is a Senior Instructor for the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts (NACVA). Since the mid-90s he has been lecturing to fellow CPAs around the country and has developed continuing professional education classes concentrating in Matrimonial matters including valuation and divorce taxation. Since 2018, he has developed and delivered personal lectures and webinar content for NACVA regarding the massive changes caused by the 2017 Tax Jobs and Creation Act.
Locally, Jeff is a founding Instructor of the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators (“NJAPM”) 40 Hour Family Mediation Course where he authored and teaches the Tax and Financial aspects of settlement agreements.