About Brian P. Brinig
Brian Brinig is a certified public accountant located in San Diego, California. Brian Brinig is a CPAdirectory verified CPA, licensed to practice in the state of California. The requirements for licensure in California ensure that Brian Brinig maintains the highest standard of knowledge and ethics when operating as an accountant. CPAs may practice as a public accountant, work in private industry, education or government, and are often considered experts in tax preparation. Their overall educational requirements and training in business and knowledge in principles of general law and taxation provide CPAs with the skills to help individuals with both personal and business financial decisions.
Brian Brinig is licensed to practice as an accountant in California under the license number 24474.
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Brian Brinig was hired by my ex-wife’s attorney from 2018 until 2021 as part of a divorce to serve as a business valuation expert of a corporate entity that functioned as both a surgery center and to pay the combined overhead of our mutual medical practices. The divorce agreement gave me (the surgeon) the operating room and its equipment. Brinig never bothered interviewing me (the surgeon) or the office manager about profitability of the operating room, income or expenses associated with the surgery center to help him determine the value of this corporate entity minus the surgery center before trial. Brinig drafted a valuation that he presented at trial in early 2020 of this corporate entity as a profitable surgery center that was worth nearly $1.7 million. Brinig, who never bothered reading the divorce agreement to understand what he was valuing, admitted at trial in January 2020 that he did not recognize that the operating room and surgery center should have never been valued. In a profound understatement, he stated at trial that his valuation of a surgery center without an operating room “was kind of a problem technically.” Ultimately, the corporate entity minus the surgery center was valued by a Superior Court judge at trial in 2021 at $270,000. Brinig’s careless error in his accounting measures for a seven figure valuation of this corporate entity before trial put us through 4 years of misery and millions of dollars in wasted legal and accounting fees.