Nationwide Asset, Bank locate, Brokerage Accounts, Current Employment Sources of income, Skip Tracing & Judgement recovery assistance & more
Determining whether assets are available to make litigation worthwhile
Locating Missing Persons
Internal Corporate Investigations
Levying Hidden Assets for judgment
Discovering hidden or concealed data
Tracking large financial transfers, possibly due to illegal gain
Family law cases: divorce - spousal - child custody & support cases
Call to day ! Your assets are on the move !
We can find information about where your child’s deadbeat father or deadbeat mother is living, where they are working, and if they have any assets in their name.
If your child’s other parent is not making payments for child support, but continues to earn income in some form, we may be able to help you collect where the government falls short. Our job is to get you as much information as possible about them so you can get the legal system to take action and get your child’s money.
Let’s face facts, there are many child support enforcement cases, like yours, but the court system is overloaded. Your one “deadbeat” parent case may not get the attention it deserves. The court is not designed to investigate these deadbeat parents, and most courts have very limited resources to work with in this regard. They do the best that they can, but often times, they are just spread too thin.
We know first hand how difficult life can be when no one is listening to you. Sometimes it is in your best interest to get things done for yourself. That’s where we come in. We assist in locating these deadbeats, finding out where they are employed, and what type of assets they have.
We can locate:
- Where the deadbeat & family currently lives any where in the United States
- In most cases the name and address of their current place of employment and source of income
- What hard assets they have (real estate, vehicles, boats, motorcycles, jet skis, snow mobiles, etc.)
- Banks, state wide and national, and brokerage accounts nation wide.
- Our services are conducted at a fixed rate. The question is, are you tired of waiting and going without the money? You can take control and spend a little money now to help get the payments coming in faster. The choice is yours!
How does an asset investigation work?
You have a judgment, now what?
Your debtor refuses to pay! Hides assets disappear?
GETTING READY TO INVEST IN A PARTNERSHIP OR BUSINESS? YOU NEED TO KNOW WHO YOUR DEALING WITH!
Depending on why you need an asset check, the investigation can include a basic background check, surveillance work, a financial or business background check.
Asset investigations basically work by uncovering exactly what sorts of collectible assets someone has. Whether you're investigating a business or individual, an asset investigator will determine how likely you are to get money in a court case.
An asset investigation can also tell you how secure someone's assets are before you trust a company or individual with your business.
Only an asset investigation, conducted by a qualified private investigator, can find out whether a business or person is using a fictitious business name, using fraud, hiding assets, has multiple judgments or a track record of fraud against them. Knowing this, cannot only help you in court but, can also give you the information and facts that you need to do everyday business.
- Address history
- Bank accounts
- Bankruptcies / Liens
- Business affiliations
- Collection matters, judgments and liens
- Credit reports - business
- Current liabilities
- Domestic asset search
- Family history
- Financial institution inquiries
- Investment/brokerage accounts
- Link analysis
- Litigation history
- Offshore asset search
- Professional license search
- Real property ownership and transactions
- Stock equity asset search
- Subject identification
- Vehicle, aircraft and watercraft ownership
- UCC filings
Turnaround time varies, 7-10 working days for a detailed report.
CALL TODAY! (209) 577-0491
All Asset Investigations are performed by Licensed Investigators and accomplished in compliance with all provisions of the Federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (Public Law 91-508, 15 U.S.C. Section 1681 ET SEQ, 604-615) Consumer Credit Reporting Act (California Civil Code Sec 1785.1-1785.34) and the Graham leach Bailey Act Section 313.15 (a)(2)(ii) and as such the findings are court admissible.