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John Casalena

John L. Casalena CPA, PC
Bus. Val, Mediation

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Mesa, AZ 85205
United States

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Clients I'm Seeking:


Marriage or Business Partners and or their counsels who desire to terminate their relationship. Individuals or Companies with missing Assets or believe they have been defrauded. Judges, individuals or companies with two divergent business appraisals who will use my Accredited in Business Valuation Review (ABAR) training and credentialing to recommend one or the other or perhaps neither of the appraisals as being "Credible", and "Reliable".

About My Business:


I am an expert at bringing order and understanding to the clutter and complexity of business data. For almost 30 years, he’s been investigating, evaluating and interpreting financial information so that people from every walk of life can rely on the information to make informed decisions and judgments. John’s background includes COO and CFO positions and a traditional CPA tax practice. His current practice specializes in business and professional practice valuation, business appraisal review, gift and estate tax valuation, mergers and acquisitions, arbitration/mediation, forensic accounting, and expert witness testimony. John’s extensive knowledge and experience make his judgment highly valued to both public and private interests. He’s often called upon to serve as a Special Master of the court, expert witness, mediator, arbitrator and forensic accountant. John has published and presented on numerous accounting and legal aspects of business valuation and has been a recurring financial columnist for Best Life, a national men’s magazine. John’s certifications and accreditations include: ABAR – Accredited in Business Appraisal Review ABV – Accredited in Business Valuation BVAL – Business Valuator Accredited for Litigation CPA – Certified Public Accountant CFF – Certified in Financial Forensics CFE – Certified Fraud Examiner PFS – Personal Financial Specialist John also has experience as a Mediator/Arbitrator. This is where in the event the parties do not agree on a monetary settlement and any other issues in the mediation, John becomes the arbitrator and may ask several clarifying questions before issuing his binding written decision. John has had only two mediations go to arbitration.

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