For the past year, the image of accountants and accounting firms have been undergoing an involuntary makeover following the storm of accounting scandals. This week, it got personal.

The estranged wife of Ernst & Young chief executive Richard S. Bobrow, not content to accept a million-dollar settlement from her husband in their divorce case, laid bare in public court documents exactly how much her hubby earned partly by showing how much E&Y valued its former consulting practice, and the exact amount of its total capital.

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