Can an Asset Search Help You Decide if You Should Sue a Company That Owes You Money

The past year and pandemic were a challenging time for businesses, many of which ended up shutting down. Leases and inventory were not paid. This was much to the detriment of not only those businesses but other organizations that were connected. In the event that you have a client or business that was connected and […]

Conducting an Asset Search

Discover all you need to know about conducting an “asset search” using our free and informative “Guide to Asset Searches.” Topics include the following: What to look for in an Asset Search Company It is important to research the asset search company that you are using to make sure it will give you the results […]

Video on Conducting an Asset Search

. Do you have questions about what an asset search consists of and how to conduct one? If yes, then please watch our short video. Asset Searches Plus, Inc. is the industry leader in online asset searches. Owned and operated by attorneys for attorneys or their clients since 1994. We assist attorneys or individuals in […]

Why Asset Searches Are Great Tools for Lawyers

Whether you practice Family law, Personal Injury Law, Estate Planning, Corporate Law or Business Litigation, when your client is faced with the question of an individual’s or business’ assets or liabilities, it is your responsibility on behalf of your client to conduct an asset search to satisfy your “due diligence.” There are numerous ways that […]

Important Reasons Why a Spouse or an Attorney Involved in a High Net Worth Divorce Should Conduct an Asset Search

If you are a divorce lawyer that specializes in high net worth divorces, or a spouse in a divorce with significant assets that may have been controlled or managed by your spouse, then conducting an asset search is critical from day one. An asset search can be conducted at any time during a divorce, but […]

How much does an Asset Search Cost?

Are you considering an asset search? But you are wondering how much does an asset search cost? Most asset searches cost between $165 to $350. At Asset Searches Plus, Inc. an asset search on an individual person costs $185 per subject and a corporate asset search costs $165. We are an industry-leading online provider of […]

When to Conduct a Personal Injury Asset Search

What do you do if your client suffers a slip and fall accident at a local business… in reference to an asset search? 2020 has been a difficult time in Massachusetts and throughout the nation. People are going back outside in significant numbers now and this will continue into the Fall and Winter. What will […]

Uncovering Hidden Assets in a Divorce Including Real Estate, Boats, Planes, Automobiles and other Tangible Assets

If you and your spouse have decided to seek a divorce it is important to do your homework so that all assets from the marriage can be divided equitably between you both. Due diligence is important and if you have reviewed your spouse’s tax return with your attorney, then you may be able to see […]

Performing an Asset Search for Debt Collections

Wondering if it is worth collecting on an outstanding debt? Do you want a way to research the financial health of an individual or company? Have you approached an attorney or collections firm but want to assess whether it is financially prudent to use them? Investing in an asset search is a quick inexpensive way […]

Asset Searches and Bank Accounts. What is Legal and What is Not

Do you have questions about Asset Searches on bank accounts? Here are some guidelines for what is legal and what is not. If you are expecting to get a bank account number from an asset search, that is not possible. There are restrictive laws governing the privacy of banking information and this applies to all […]
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