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Post-Asset Search Legal Tools

Conducting an asset search on a subject is the first step for businesses and individuals to receive payments that are due to them. Most thorough asset searches cost less than $300.00 and provide existing assets of a subject such as what they own for real estate and other personal assets, together with the liabilities that [Click here to read the full article]

Is Your Spouse Hiding Assets?

The division of assets and liabilities can be one of the most difficult tasks in a divorce today.  Many people commit to marriage without a Pre-Nuptial Agreement or without substantial knowledge of their fiancé’s financial standing. Then when the couple find themselves in a divorce down the line, there can be confusion, fighting and an [Click here to read the full article]

Why Should Heirs and Executors Conduct an Asset Search?

Losing a loved one is difficult enough, but having to deal with settling the deceased person’s estate can amplify the stress and grief. Usually, when someone dies, an executor is appointed to carry out the wishes of the decedent. The trouble is that heirs and executors don’t always see eye to eye, and sometimes there [Click here to read the full article]

Asset Searches and the Collection of Debt

It has become increasingly important for both businesses and individuals to receive payments that are due to them. Debtors are often delinquent in paying for goods, services or other financial obligations. When a debtor does not pay, the creditor is forced to take legal action either through a collection agency or an attorney. But before [Click here to read the full article]

Comprehensive and Nationwide Asset Search Only $185.00

“Attorneys assisting attorneys and other business professionals in satisfying their due diligence in locating assets & liabilities.”

Bank Account Searches: Are They Permissible?

Lawyers and other professionals contact our office every day and ask whether it is permissible for an asset search company or private investigator to conduct bank, stock, bond or mutual fund account searches on a subject. The short answer is “no.” Not only is conducting a bank, stock, bond, or mutual fund search considered to [Click here to read the full article]

Why Should a Personal Injury Attorney Conduct an Asset Search?

If used properly and if conducted by a reputable asset search company, asset searches can be used as a valuable tool in both pre and post litigation. Often is the case when a personal injury attorney has a client with severe injuries and an insurance policy with inadequate coverage. The question then becomes whether to [Click here to read the full article]

Family Law Attorneys Should Conduct Asset Searches

Your client can have peace of mind knowing that nothing has been inadvertently concealed.

Search for Judgments, Liens, and Bankruptcies

When choosing a new business partner or vendor for your company, shouldn’t you be fully aware of their financial health? Also, when proceeding with a lawsuit, isn’t it important to verify if the subject has sufficient assets or outstanding liabilities to decide whether it is even cost effective to proceed with an action? By conducting [Click here to read the full article]

WHY IT IS CRITICAL TO CONDUCT ASSET SEARCHES ASIDE FROM BANK ACCOUNT SEARCHES

Bank Account Searches