If I knew what I need to look for on my soon to be ex's bank statements without having to hire a forensic accountant.
It would be best to ask your attorney, as they are familiar with your case and know what they are looking for and why.
If they are recommending that you hire a forensic accountant, there is probably a reason why they believe that expertise is needed. It's kind of like removing an appendix sounds pretty easy until you look inside and realize that you really need someone who knows what they're looking for before they start snipping things out.
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