Amy Piccioli, CPA
Amy is a manager in Gursey’s litigation support department. She specializes in the area of forensic accounting in family law litigation matters. She has testified as an expert witness in the San Bernardino County Superior Court and has performed a wide range of litigation accounting services including determining gross cash flow available for support, lifestyle analyses, pension plan and real property allocations and quantification of reimbursement claims. Amy has also assisted counsel in determining characterization of assets and quantifying reimbursement claims by applying her knowledge of cash law to sophisticated tracing assignments.
Amy was licensed as a Certified Public Accountant in March 2011. She has received extensive audit training as well as attended continuing education courses and seminars in the field of family law including the annual California Society of Certified Public Accountants Family Law Conference.
Amy graduated from the University of Southern California in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. She was accepted into the PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Audit Internship Program for the summer of 2005, and upon commencement of the Internship Program, was offered full time employment in the Los Angeles audit practice. While working at the firm as an auditor, she planned, prepared and reviewed financial statement audits in conformity with SEC filing regulations, for C-corporations, S-corporations, and general partnerships. Amy received the Market Managing Partner Award during her time at PwC. Later Amy worked as a Senior Analyst in the Americas Finance Special Projects & Analysis group at CB Richard Ellis. While at CB Richard Ellis, Amy provided guidance to other accounting teams with respect to accounting research and interpretations of authoritative literature as well as assisted in the preparation of the consolidated financial statements.
When she’s not at the office you can probably find her spending time with her family, riding a beach cruiser on the strand or looking for the best bottle of wine from less well-known wineries.