An asset search or asset check is the verification of public records to show ownership of real estate, personal property, or bank and investment accounts held by an individual or company. Here are some common reasons that Mount Dora asset search services are conducted:
Let’s say you lent someone money in a business deal a few months ago and they’re now claiming they don’t have the ability to pay you back. Or maybe you’re thinking of purchasing a company, and want to make sure they have all of the financial assets and equipment that the current owner claims. These are cases that need Mount Dora asset search services.
As a private individual, you might want to have an asset search conducted if your child’s parent has stopped paying child support and is claiming that they are out of money. Or if you are going through a divorce and want to make sure that your spouse isn’t hiding any financial assets to keep more for themselves.
When Jager Investigations begins an asset search, we build a profile of the subject in question. Information that we might need on the individual includes:
Sometimes this information is provided by you, our client. In other circumstances we build the profile ourselves.
Once we have gathered all of the information on the individual, we begin searching public records, state or federal court records, and local records. This can provide us with additional leads and help us locate any financial or physical assets.
Like almost anything related to money or property, the field of asset discovery comes with its fair share of scam artists. The online search engines that advertise low-cost asset search just provide low-quality results and inconsistent evidence. That is definitely not something that would hold up in court.
Using a licensed private investigation company like Jager Investigations gives you confidence in the evidence that we provide during our Mount Dora asset search services. You won’t be dealing with a faceless search engine, but an intuitive and expert investigator with years of experience in the legwork required during an asset search investigation.