Alan Winters is a Partner in the Firm's New Jersey office and is a key member of its Marital Dissolution and Forensics practice groups. A seasoned professional, Mr. Winters has more than 45 years of business experience with expertise in corporate restructuring, financial planning, mergers and acquisitions, public offerings, corporate development and litigation support accounting.
Mr. Winters is a respected leader in the area of litigation support and is often appointed by the court systems to serve as a fiscal agent, provisional director and custodian. In addition, he is on the New Jersey Administrative Office of the Courts' roster of selected mediators for economic aspects of family law cases.
Mr. Winters lends his expertise to several industry organizations as well as his professional affiliated organizations. He frequently speaks on accounting topics related to litigation support and divorce and has taught continuing legal education courses. Prior to merging his practice with the Firm's forerunner, Mr. Winters served as Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer at a New York financial products and information processing company with revenues in excess of $150 million.
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
- New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJSCPA):
- Litigation Support Committee
- Matrimonial Accounting Committee, Past Chairman
- New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators (NJAPM)
- American Arbitration Association, Board of Arbitrators
- Forensic CPA Society
- Jewish Federation of Greater Monmouth County, Executive Board of Trustees, Treasurer
- Temple Torat-El, Board of Trustees
- The Wellness Community Northern Jersey Shore - The Diney Goldsmith Center, Board of Directors
Bachelor of Science, Accounting
Accredited in Business Valuation
Certified in Financial Forensics
Forensic Certified Public Accountant
Accredited Professional Mediator
Certified Fraud Examiner
Fraud and abuse costs U.S. organizations more than $400 billion annually, according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
While newspapers headline larger scale corporate fraud like R. Allen Stanford, Madoff, Tyco, etc., fraud often occurs in small and medium-sized businesses like ours and ....