Fight Your Case with a CA Board of Accountancy Lawyer

Fewer professions require the skills, education, and training that an accountant does. This is reflected in the testing and licensing process required in the state of California by the California Board of Accountancy. You work hard at your job and when you need experienced legal help before the Board of Accountancy, it’s important to hire an experienced Los Angeles CA Board of Accountancy lawyer to help represent you at your administrative hearing.

What a CA Board of Accountancy Lawyer Can Do for You

Our attorneys handle administrative law issues for California licensed professionals. We have years of experience representing accountants just like you. We assist in cases of denied applications, handle routine renewals, and also represent CPAs in disciplinary matters before the Board themselves. Our experience helps our clients especially if their license faces revocation for various reasons. We are equipped with the experience to defend these clients to help them to maintain their right to practice accounting professionally in the state of California.

Some common grounds for disciplinary action include:

  • Abuse of alcohol/drugs
  • Use by a CPA or accountant of dangerous narcotics
  • Negligent practice of accounting
  • Sexual misconduct
  • Falsifying records
  • Conviction of a crime related to accounting
  • Fraud/theft

Contact Us for a Free Consultation Today

Before discussing your Board of Accountancy case with anyone, no matter the case, it’s important to have a consultation with a CA board of accountancy lawyer in Los Angeles. Our expertise and skills can help you to succeed in your case. Whether during an investigation or before law enforcement, the State Attorney General, or anyone else; our legal counsel can help represent you with ease. To learn more about our services, call our Los Angeles legal office at 310-792-1315 today.


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This blog is meant to provide information on current news and general information. It is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor is any attorney-client relationship established by its posting on this website. If you are facing a situation that involves your professional license, consult with a licensed attorney.