• Asset Search Investigations

  • Asset Investigation Services

    Asset Search Investigation can determine how likely you are, if you want to go that route, to get your money back if you are a victim of fraud and want to go to court.
     
    Private Investigator asset tracing use their Investigative skills to conduct a nationwide financial search to locate personal property and Assets. Private Investigators can also search and locate vehicles and financial information held by a person or corporate entity.
     
    Investigators have extensive experience, knowledge and resources. Private Investigators are also able to tell you how secure an individual's Assets are.
     
    Private Investigators will track and find whether a business or person is using a fictitious business name. Are they are hiding assets, or have many judgments, or a track record of fraud or fraudulent actions against them, Private Investigator will find it.
  • Why one would want to conduct an asset search investigation

    • Cheating spouse investigations
    • Child custody and support
    • Motor vehicle and property
    • Personal injury cases
    • Litigation or Lawsuit
    • Business Partners Due Diligence
    • Victim of fraud
    • Business Due Dilligence Compliance
    • Collection of Debt Matters
    • Divorce Cases
  • Individual Asset Search Investigations can Include

    • Judgments
    • Bankruptcies
    • Criminal Records
    • Real estate and deeds
    • Mortgage information
    • Motor vehicle registration
    • Watercraft registration
    • Aircraft registration
    • Personal tax
    • Credit Profile 
  • Corporate Asset Search Investigations

    • Judgments
    • Credit Profile
    • Bankruptcies
    • Business tax 
    • Directors, Members and associates
    • Contact information 
    • Motor vehicles and registration information 
    • Real estate and deeds
    • Bonds and Mortgages
    • Business loans
  • Who Should Conduct an Asset Search?

    • Attorneys/Law Firms/Clients of Attorneys
    • Businesses or Corporations
    • Investors buying or merging with another business
    • When hiring a key employee
    • Creditors and Insurance adjusters
    • Due diligence Reports
    • Spouses going through a divorce
    • Individuals who are owed a debt