Mark Vogel, CPA/ABV/CFF, CMA, CVA, is the expert witness you want on the stand. An industry veteran, Mark specializes in providing business valuations, litigation support and forensic accounting services in divorce cases.
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Mark is a pilot who used to fly his own airplane. His other hobbies are golf and sailing. He once combined both golf and flying by flying to The Homestead to play golf.
Mark Vogel, CPA/ABV/CFF, CMA, CVA, specializes in working with family law attorneys to provide business valuations, litigation support and forensic accounting services in divorce cases. Mark helps marital dispute clients uncover hidden assets, value business interests and conduct thorough investigations of financial records.
As the founder of the firm’s divorce seminar series in Virginia, Mark enjoys sharing his knowledge with family law attorneys on topics like business valuations, tax issues related to divorce, and division of marital assets. He is a member of the firm's Forensic, Valuation & Litigation Support Group.
With 25+ years of experience in public accounting, Mark also works with individuals and businesses to provide accounting, tax and consulting services. He also provides litigation support and forensic accounting services in civil litigation related to damages, lost profits and business valuations.
More Fun Facts
The 2000 Grunfeld v. Grunfeld divorce case out of New York is very instructive and packed with valuation insights. Let’s dig into the case, which considers the valuation of a partner’s interest in his law firm, his law license, the potential for double counting of income in determining both spousal support and equitable distribution, and other nuggets.
Calculating income for support purposes, whether it be child support or alimony, can be complicated. For owners of pass-through entities (“PTEs”), it can be especially difficult.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has had a significant impact on divorcing couples. Many divorcing couples and their attorneys are aware of the elimination of the alimony deduction under the TCJA, but fewer are aware of the changes related to 529 plan funds.