Jason Hoff is a Director in the Financial Advisory Services Group. Jason has over 20 years of experience in litigation consulting and forensic accounting services where his engagements cover a wide variety of areas, including matrimonial disputes for high net worth individuals.
Jason’s expertise in matrimonial disputes includes asset identification and the tracing of its marital character, quantifying the costs associated with the marital standard of living, and analyzing the sources of income and other cash flows available to fund support obligations. Jason has extensive experience reviewing and analyzing closely held companies, as well as executive compensation and benefits. He has assisted counsel and his clients throughout all stages of the divorce process, including the preparation of net worth statements, analyzing tax implications and preparing exhibits to be utilized in settlement discussions or trial. As required, Jason has testified on such topics as the income and transactions related to multiple grantor trusts and their underlying assets, non‐cash transactions between trustees and trusts, foreign asset holdings and their tax implications. These engagements have included corporate executives, private equity investors, real estate professionals, closely held business owners, lawyers and entertainers.
Jason has performed other forensic engagements, including tax, fraud, audit committee investigations and the preparation of damage calculations. His forensic matters have included extensive review of accounting controls, systems, and books and records for both individuals and corporate entities.
Prior to joining the firm, Jason began his career as a Staff Accountant with a large brokerage company. This position involved preparation of financial statements, maintaining books and records and reconciliation of account activity for subsidiary entities.