There are many legitimate and important reasons that the parties to disputes and their attorneys need to know the location and extent of the other party’s assets. This prompts a need for asset searches. Before a lawsuit is filed, it is important to know if the other party – whether an individual or corporate entity - has sufficient assets to pay any judgment or settlement. A thorough asset search can provide valuable answers. After a judgment is entered, it is important to be able to collect that judgment. Also, either in anticipation of a divorce – or after dissolution proceedings have begun - one spouse might try to hide assets to keep those assets from the other spouse. It is important and sometimes critical to conduct asset searches to identify assets, tangible or liquid. It is then important to keep track of those assets, particularly when creative or ingenious efforts are employed to hide them.
Our investigators have the tools and experience to find property in whatever form it might be, tangible or liquid, and wherever it might be, in or outside the United States. Our team has access to the latest asset search and tracking technology and has relationships with other agencies whose expertise might be needed. We can conduct asset searches including bank searches, and we have access to specialized databases. If needed, we can conduct physical searches to identify and locate assets. In short, we can usually perform asset searches to locate any existing assets.