You signed up the client, you worked the case, you did the discovery, took the case to trial, won your client a verdict. Now it’s a judgment. You hope your support staff knows how to do judgment enforcement. You don’t want to disappoint your client. You realize you need a professional asset search private investigator, or asset search private detective.
OR: Your client called with a new case. The legal claim is strong. But is the case worth filing? Does the defendant have any financial ability to respond to an award of damages? Does the defendant have some compelling reason to settle the case?
ALL these questions come down to ONE question. Where are the defendant’s money and fungible assets? On the upside: cars, watches, bank accounts, investment accounts, bearer bonds, real estate, stock, Subchapter S corporations, trust deeds, inheritances. On the downside: bankruptcy filings, tax liens, judgments, UCC liens, assignment orders, administrative proceedings, lien sales, executions.
Reasons for your law firm to outsource a professional asset search:
In all these situations and more, you need to know where a person (or business) keeps their money. And there’s no yellow brick road to lead you to it.
We specialize in helping the attorney find the needle in the haystack. Our professional asset search private investigators and professional asset search private detectives know all the hiding places. We check for and find bank accounts, bonds, stocks, investment accounts, cars, trucks, real estate, sales commissions, inheritance checks, insurance policies and trust funds.
If your client needs to find the assets, and your firm has neither the staff nor the inclination to mount an in-house asset search, our professional asset search private investigators and professional asset search private detectives are ready 24/7 to start your search.
Call (800) 775-6132 to arrange to reach a licensed, professional asset search private investigator to discuss your needs.
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