Asset location goes hand in hand with
judgment collection but there are other reasons to research and locate
assets that belong to another person or business entity. Examples of
these might include due diligence investigations conducted with regard
to a business formation or a prospective mergers and acquisitions case.
You may also want to research assets when involved in a partnership and
other business disputes and dissolutions. It is often useful before
filing to commence litigation; you may want to conduct this research to
see if there is any 'pot at the end of the rainbow.' LawGistic Partners
investigators look for hard assets such as real property and chattel,
including motor vehicles. We look for business interests as well as
assets that are sometimes overlooked, such as patents and trademarks. In
keeping with restrictions which may exist due to federal or local laws
and rules, it may also be possible for us to examine and confirm liquid
assets such as bank/brokerage accounts.
For more information on the asset location services from LawGistic Partners or to request investigative services, please call us today at 612-800-9500 or send us a message