Warren R. Sacks is a Partner with the accounting and consulting firm of White, Zuckerman, Warsavsky, Luna, & Hunt, LLP. Warren is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified in Financial Forensics and has over thirty years’ experience in the preparation of business valuations, perquisite analyses, standard of living reports, community property balance sheets, reports on the gross cash flow available for support, living expense analysis, tracing, and the analysis of financial statements and tax returns.
Warren believes in friendly and personal attention to clients. His goal is to prepare fair, unbiased reports in order to provide his client’s with options to reach the best solution for their family, as easily and effectively as possible. Warren works closely with all team members and provides the tools necessary for the clients to proceed through the process by utilizing a “hands-on” approach.
Warren attended his first collaborative training in 2004 and has since attended numerous additional basic and advanced collaborative trainings. Warren was the President of the Los Angeles Collaborative Family Law Association (the Southern California collaborative practice umbrella group) in 2013, the Treasurer since 2009, and has been on the board since 2005, was a board member of Collaborative Practice California from 2008 through 2013 and the Treasurer of Collaborative Practice California in 2014, and is currently a member in three collaborative practice groups, A Better Divorce, Family Divorce Solutions of San Fernando Valley, serving as President for 2016, and Los Angeles Westside Collaborative Divorce Professionals. Warren has presented at the LACFLA Collaborative Basic Training since 2010 and presented workshops at the CPCAL Collaborative Conferences on several occasions.
Warren was the recipient of the Eureka award in 2011. The Eureka award, presented by Collaborative Practice California is presented to no more than five professionals annually to recognize and honor those who "have made significant contributions and demonstrated an abiding dedication to establishing and sustaining Collaborative Practice in California."
Prior to joining White, Zuckerman, Warsavsky, Luna & Hunt, LLP, Warren was a staff accountant with the accounting and litigation firm of Stein & Cohen where he performed litigation consulting services primarily related to marital dissolutions.
Warren received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting Theory and Practice from California State University, Northridge. He is a member in good standing of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and California Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Warren passed all four exams in business valuation given by the American Society of Appraisers.
Benefits of Collaborative Practice
- Promotes respect and keeps you in control of the process
- Reduces conflict and negative emotions
- Helps couples focus on their most important goals
- Keeps information private so sensitive issues and finances remain out of the public eye.
- Saves time and resources by keeping the process out of court