How Does an Asset Investigation Work?
Depending on why you need an asset investigation, the search can include a basic background check, a bank account and financial investment searches, surveillance work, or a financial or business background check. Asset investigations will uncovering exactly what assets someone has as well as if and where someone may be hiding assets or money.
Types of Asset Investigations and What They Uncover
INDIVIDUAL ASSET SEARCH
- Bank account searches
- Stocks, Bonds and Brokerage House searches
- Real estate and deeds
- Available mortgage information
- Motor vehicle registration and liens
- Watercraft registration and liens
- ircraft registration and liens
- Criminal Records
- Uniform commercial code liens (UCC Filings)
- Federal and state tax liens
- A.K.A.s (also known as) or D.B.A.s (doing business as) of the individual
- Registration information for any associated motor vehicles
OTHER TYPES OF ASSET SEARCHES
Liabilities (judgment, liens and bankruptcy search), civil/criminal record search and missing person search. For more types of asset investigations, contact a private investigator in your area.