Asset Search Company
Asset Search Los Angeles
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Serving Los Angeles County, Martin Private Investigation Services will help you find hidden assets, for example, stocks, bonds, bank accounts, shell companies and other offshore accounts. Martin Investigative Services has over 40 years of investigative experience, and our private investigators are former supervisory Federal agents.
Call us immediately if you require asset searches for a judgment recovery, civil judgment, or recovering assets for any reason. With our free consultation services, you will feel pleased with our courteous and prompt attention to your matter. Call today at 1-800-577-1080. At MartinPI, we obtain information from our select databases, proprietary sources, public records, civil judgments, subscription data, and other Intel.
Los Angeles Asset Search Company
WHY A PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR IS PARAMOUNT FOR A SUCCESSFUL LOS ANGELES ASSET SEARCH
Remember that asset searches are not for the faint of heart. The person you want to recover assets from may have been hiding assets for many years. They may avoid having to pay spousal support or comply with court orders. MartinPI is a private investigator with extensive experience in studying how family members and business people have hidden assets. We will listen to your case and offer an overview of our methods.
We use our Asset Investigation Work to identify assets that others can’t.
Every jurisdiction has a different level of access and sophistication. It would be best if you had a team to navigate the public data on a large scale and combine it into an exhaustive review.
Although it is possible to locate and validate assets worldwide, this requires an international team of experts with access to accurate and timely information. Martin Investigative Services is here to help.
We can use proprietary technology to locate and identify individuals and corporations’ assets, trace their history, and transfer funds or assets.
HOW DO I START THE ASSET SEARCH INVESTIGATIONS?
Verify any change in the net assets value of the individual or entity. Begin building your case by collecting names, addresses, phone numbers, and bank account information about the person or entity. Private investigators can use this information as a starting point to start their asset search. Next, contact a trusted private investigator to begin your asset investigations. MartinPI has a former federal agent Tom Martin who will help you locate assets.
Assets may be hidden in:
Corporations that cannot be touched
Safety deposit boxes
Bank and brokerage accounts
Boats, cars, planes
Transferring assets from family
Gifts for friends
Hide businesses under illegal names
Get your free consultation.
TYPES OF ASSET SEARCHES WE CONDUCT
BE SURE NOTHING IS LEFT UNCOVERED WHEN MARTINPI CONDUCTS A HIDDEN ASSET SEARCHES AT THE START OF THE PROCESS.
We do financial investigations:
We search billions of records to seize essential assets that aren’t always publicly available.
We use asset search investigations to determine the net worth of a subject or company.
Two sources are usually used to obtain information: private and public. Public sources include homes, cars, rentals, real estate, boats, and rental properties.
You can also obtain personal information from bank accounts, brokerage accounts, and investment accounts. Credit reports are another source. These pre-litigation documents may be admissible in court. This information may also help prepare a better trial case.
IF YOU ARE A LAW OFFICE, WE CAN IDENTIFY ASSETS AND ACCOUNTS IN ALL FIFTY STATES AND INTERNATIONALLY, OFTEN WHEN OTHERS CANNOT.
Assets can be hidden in many different ways. And the people who do this can often be very clever. Martin Investigative Services offers Los Angeles asset search services that can locate assets and accounts in all 50 states and internationally. This is often when other companies cannot.
FIVE COMMON REASONS LOS ANGELES ASSET SEARCHES ARE PERFORMED.
Here’s exactly what can be found in an assets search and their methods to hide assets.
There are many reasons why you might want to do an asset search. But, there are two that are most popular:
- Pre-litigation determines whether the subject or company has sufficient assets to bring a suit against them. The legal process can be complicated and expensive for those who need them. It can save you thousands of dollars by not filing a lawsuit.
- A divorce: You want to locate assets you can seize when you need to get a judgment.
Three other reasons are equally important, but they don’t usually hold the same importance in the public’s mind. These are:
- Determine the assets and worthiness of a potential financial advisor and the company you intend to invest in.
- Are you thinking of starting a business with someone?
- You’ll marry someone and have no idea about their financial situation.
WHAT RESTRICTIONS ARE THERE ON ASSET SEARCHES?
Before 1999, searching for assets was like the wild west. There were about 220 companies that advertised about conducting these searches. Everyone performed them, and there were few restrictions, guidelines, or rules to what you could or could not do. Subterfuge was used to “gag” banks for information, and it was common for someone to run your credit reports and obtain valuable information under the “Inquiry” section.
WHAT IS THE GRAMM-LEACH-BLILEY ACT
Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLB Act, or GLBA) was a game-changer. The GLBA. Federal law also knows the Financial Modernization Act of 1999 in the United States requires financial institutions to disclose how they share customer information and protect it. This law also establishes the standards for private investigators and other individuals interested in legally extracting financial data.
These rules are so strict that only five companies are authorized to conduct legitimate searches in the country. Non-compliance with the GLBA can result in severe penalties and imprisonment.
What data is available in an asset search?
The GLBA sent most Los Angeles private investigators and information brokers to the internet. Unfortunately, over 95% of these companies and individuals use the internet to find limited information. They will give you the data and pretend that they did financial research. You can access this information for free online, even though they charge only a few hundred dollars.
Only three types of asset searches are legal. These are:
- Basic Asset Search. This includes all personal data, twenty-year address history, confirmation S.S. #, birth date, and national property search. You should receive this report in court-ready documents. These documents may not be required in court. However, they are best avoided if the company that you are considering using does not meet this standard. The search should take no more than 24 hours. This product’s “average” legal price should be around $950.00
- Searches for Bank Accounts: Checking and Savings Account Searches.
- Stocks, Bonds, and Securities Searches.
The completion of numbers 2 and 3 should take 5 to 8 working days. Prices vary from one state to the next and include a nationwide search that is more costly.
For pricing information specific to your case, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
MARTINPI- ASSET INVESTIGATORS
Call us immediately if your company or business needs an asset investigation. Many corporations require a complete analysis to determine if there have been any recent board changes or principal changes. These disguises are often designed to hide assets being transferred. Collection agencies need to quickly get information about individuals’ assets to determine the best way for them to collect their debts.
DIFFERENT TYPES OF ASSETS
Los Angeles residents have large property and real estate holdings. With the assistance of county clerks, you can search these records online. Anybody can conduct a search if they have access to public records or a public/private records search engine. Private investigators, lawyers, business consultants, law enforcement, and other professionals can perform an asset search.
Diverse “professionals” will tell you that asset research can run between $150-$400. Do private investigators have the right to use the same database as lawyers? It is possible to search the extensive online database for asset records using archaic public, court, and county resident records.
WHY CHOOSE MARTIN INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES
MartinPI is licensed as a private investigator. The initial consultation is confidential and free of charge for clients. You can call Tom Martin or fill out the contact form to speak directly with him, who is well-versed in asset investigations. Tom Martin, a former federal agent, has a network of private investigators and former DEA, FBI, and IRS agents. MartinPI’s team is unmatched. MartinPI will make you feel valued and respected. We work closely with law firms needing to collect or track judgment collections.
Martin Investigative Service can locate assets and accounts in all 50 states and internationally.
MartinPI guarantees a full-money-back guarantee and privacy. All photos and videos taken during surveillance investigations are given to the client. We do not keep any of the images and videos collected during surveillance investigations.
Are you ready to gain in-depth knowledge and experience about where you stand? Tom Martin, a former federal agent, can help you build court-admissible evidence to make a difference in a case. We will handle your Los Angeles search case case with professionalism only years of experience and training can provide. Call us at 1-800-577-1080.
Martin Investigative Services has performed background checks, private investigation, surveillance and bug sweeps for our clients. They have also served difficult process in lawsuits. They have performed unquestionably and unfailingly to perfection. We will always call Martin first – and hope he hasn’t been called yet by the other side!
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