Accredited forensic accountant, expert witness, mediator and expert determiner with over 30 years’ experience

A chartered accountant supporting your commercial, civil, criminal and family litigation cases with credible, technical expertise.

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Chris Makin is a highly experienced chartered forensic accountant. With over 30 years’ experience in forensic accounting, mediation and expert determination, he’s written thousands of expert reports, and given expert evidence and conducted mediations more than 100 times each.

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Forensic Accounting

Forensic investigation, analysis and reports for complex financial matters to support your legal case

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Mediation

Expert help to mediate your case to a prompt settlement.

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Expert Determination

Accredited expert determiner to resolve your technical dispute.

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The experience, knowledge and credibility your case needs

Chris Makin has worked on a wide range of cases throughout his career, from criminal and fraud investigations to commercial and matrimonial disputes, as well as professional tribunals and public enquiries.

With a reputation for results and high standards, find out why Chris is the trusted expert chosen time and again.

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Mediation: Have The Floodgates Finally Opened?

Posted on 19th December 2023 by Chris Makin

On 29 November the Court of Appeal gave its judgment in the long-anticipated case of Churchill -v- Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council [2023] EWCA Civ 1416.  It started life as a simple dispute between an individual and a council over Japanese knotweed but assumed such importance that there were no fewer than seven bodies admitted […]

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