It usually starts with a demand for inspection of documents and possibly a visit by investigators who want to ask you questions. Usually when the investigators show up at your office, they do so without an appointment.
It is my recommendation that you want to contact an attorney as soon as they appear, as you do have a right to counsel in these matters. After the investigators ask their initial questions and make the request for documents, if the investigation is going to continue, the licensee will then be contacted to appear before an investigative inquiry.
This is not something you want to procrastinate on. If they’re wanting to question you….it’s likely for a good reason.
If you’ve been approached by your licensing board, I am available for a no-obligation consultation at 937-377-0007.