Asset Search for Real Estate Investors

Asset searches are a valuable tool when looking to purchase a property from an individual or other business entity. The reports could give you information that can help to equalize the playing field or to determine what Sellers and their properties are worth investing your time, money, and energy into.  A real estate investor might […]

Conduct an Asset Search to Find Hidden Assets During a Divorce

Oftentimes, a spouse will hide assets when going through divorce proceedings. Asset searches can help you identify hidden or non-disclosed assets. AssetSearchesPlus.com is run by attorneys for attorneys to help them best assist their clients in finding assets and liabilities. This can become more complicated when the divorce involves business owners, high-net worth individuals, and […]

Why Wrongful Death Plaintiffs Should Conduct an Asset Search

What if you lose a loved one through no fault of your own? What if someone you love is hurt or injured by an employer or a third party? An example might be if your husband who is a factory worker gets killed on the job. What if you suspect that the safety procedures at […]

Can a top level employee do an asset search on a prospective employer?

Yes you can. Let’s talk about some scenarios where you might want to run an asset search on your prospective employer. For example, say you are considering working for a family company or closely held company and you want to make sure of it’s financial health is sound. You also want to make sure that […]

Why You Should Conduct and Asset Search Before You Sign a Prenuptial Agreement

Are you getting married? Maybe you are considering signing a prenuptial agreement because your future spouse or their family has asked you to? Does your spouse have business assets or liabilities? Sometimes this can be a blindsiding event or an afterthought.   Suppose you find yourself marrying into a family with a reasonable amount of wealth, […]

Can I Conduct a Search for a Missing Person?

Finding a missing person whether it is a former business associate, client, witness or family member is no easy task. It involves contacting the police, reaching out to friends and relatives, checking hospitals and registering on the missing persons databases, and going on social media.  It often is a very time sensitive for businesses and […]

Why Divorce Lawyers should Conduct an Asset Search

If you are a Family Lawyer working with a client on a divorce and they tell you they suspect that their spouse is hiding assets, then here are some of the ways you can advise them and help them locate hidden assets.  The first place you can start is with an asset search. A good […]

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 […]
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