Find a Persons Assets
For this reason, we have made sure to train our private investigators on how to differentiate between delivering raw intelligence collected in the field and compiling reliable evidence that can withstand any scrutiny it may undergo in a Court of Law.
Why Would You Need to Find a Persons Assets?
Before you can embark on a costly litigation process to help you recover money or property claimed, you need to do your due diligence. You have to establish whether the person you intend to sue owns or possesses anything valuable that can be used to offset the debt owed. In short, what we are saying is that it is necessary for our team to first establish whether there are items that you can use as evidence when heading to court. There are cases where some debtors will claim they do not have any assets to pay you back, yet they have money and assets hidden in the country or overseas. Additionally, if the Court of Law has already secured a judgement in your favour, you will need to know where the assets are located, how to secure them, and the process to follow to ensure they are released to meet the conditions of the ruling.
Asset Tracing—What Is It?
This is a process where our team of highly trained investigators conducts research to identify valuables or property that you may need to recover as a result of a legal process. When the assets are located, they can be frozen allowing both parties to get into a negotiated settlement.
So, what type of assets can you trace? We can trace everything from real estate to stocks, shares to intellectual property, and hard cash.
Our Property Tracing Services
We are able to offer the following services to our clients:
• UK property assets
• Directorships and allied assets
• Corporate assets and their associations
• Offshore property and assets
• Assets hidden through ownership, e.g., through connected entities, companies, and individuals
It is our policy to work with insolvency and legal practitioners as well as private clients when dealing with complex tracing enquiries.