Did someone you know die? Are you an executor or personal representative of an estate who is trying to make sure you have located all of the assets and liabilities of the deceased person? If so, conducting an asset search is essential.
Dealing with the death of a loved one is never easy. But if you are an executor or personal representative of the decedent, or you have retained an attorney to help you, conducting an asset search is an important step in the process. You have a fiduciary duty to locate all of the assets and the liabilities of the deceased person. By conducting a comprehensive asset search, you satisfy your “due diligence” in reference to what is required of you.
An Individual Asset Search will identify the assets of your subject, nationally, including, but not limited to, real estate, deed transfers, trusts, limited partnerships, and other businesses associated with your subject. In addition, an asset search will locate any motor vehicles, watercraft, aircraft, patents or trademarks, professional licenses and more.
Equally important, an asset search will identify the liabilities of your subject such as with mortgage information (when available), Federal and State tax liens, Uniform Commercial Code liens, judgments and bankruptcies and more.
All probate estate cases should start off with an asset search of the deceased person. Order your search today by clicking on the “ Individual Search” button to the right or simply contact us by phone (800) 290-1012
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. Our attorneys can help you determine what type of search is best suited for your case and interpret the results on your behalf if needed.