[Details on Our Basic Asset Search Package]
[Additional Assets searches available from THE CAT]
[Honorable Reasons for ordering an Asset search]
[What can be done to locate someone's Assets]
Discovering any records of Civil Litigation involving your subject and identifying other helpful creditorsSounds great. I'd like to [ORDER AN ASSET PACKAGE] right way!
Discovering Real Estate owned by your subject with a single county Real Estate property records search
Discovering Cars and trucks owned by your subject with a Motor Vehicle ownership search
Obtaining a driving record on your subject. This will supply an address, often a DOB and may give an indication of your subject's character. Sometimes this information leads to an employer or identifies other vehicles owned by your subject.
Searching for any Bankruptcies involving your subject. If a case exists, it usually contains a list of current assets and creditors.
Our results tell you precisely what you need to know about your subject's assets in these areas. If locating hidden assets of someone is your problem, here's the solution!
We use advancing state of the art technology, strategies and resources to help you discover hidden assets. We can discover Real Estate property including Lake shore and seashore property, Motor Vehicles, Boats, Motor homes, pleasure craft, Airplanes, and the asset list goes on and on!. We can do this on a local and National Basis. We've discovered millions of dollars in hidden Assets so far. We've been doing this for many years and we're pretty good at it.I'm convinced! I like to [ORDER AN ASSET PACKAGE].
We can also locate sources of income such as current employment, business interests, passive income and so forth.
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You have a Judgement perfected (in hand) and you are unable to locate seizable debtor assets.
You have filed litigation against a person or business and you need to begin finding their assets to determine if a final judgement is still worthwhile (read "Collectable") before incurring further expenses.
You are about to loan someone a sum of money and want to insure that they have the financial where-with-all to honor your loan terms.
You are going through a divorce and know that your spouse is hiding assets from the Court that you are entitled to know about.
Attempt to accurately determine the identification of your subject. This may include their proper full name, former and maiden names, nicknames and aliases, home address, telephone number, date of birth, Social Security, etc. This will greatly assist in the search for their assets.
Begin your search by visiting the subject's residence if possible. Write down the details of all visible property, including descriptions of vehicles, machinery, the real property and all of it's improvements, fixtures and other movable items. These items can be later checked to determine if the subject owns them.
If you have given your subject a check for something in the past, they may have deposited this into their own bank account. Look at the back of these cancelled checks.
Look in City directories at the library where your subject lives. These often have an employer listed for each entry.
Security Deposits are the property of the person placing the deposit, not the person or institution holding the deposit. This means that in many states you may garnish the utility or phone deposit of your subject as well as a rental security deposit if s/he rents an apartment or office.
If you have a judgement perfected against your subject and haven't already done so, file court papers that require the subject to appear in court and answer questions you ask about the existence and current whereabouts of all their current assets (This is usually called a "Judgement Debtor Examination").