6 Ways That an Attorney Can Benefit From LII’s Services

1. We Locate People

The individual could be a witness, heir, a missing child, or a criminal. Maybe the individual is a former disgruntled employee who could whistle-blow about corporate misconduct or fraud. You might needing locate a subject in possession of the proverbial “smoking gun”—as in the case of stolen assets. Whether it’s an interview, serving papers, or investigate individuals, a Lauth PI can help you to identify and locate the subject.


2. We Locate Assets

Lauth Investigators are skilled at locating assets such as real estate, unclaimed property, and other valuable property like: artwork, antiques, collectibles, motor vehicles, aircraft, vessels, etc. A Lauth investigator can also help attorneys to identify the location both domestic and offshore bank accounts.


3. We Can Leverage for Negotiations

A Lauth Investigator can pull together key sources and intelligence to inform your side during litigation, in an M&A deal, during an internal investigation, or any other adversarial situation. It can make the difference between a favorable settlement and an unfavorable one.


4. We Can Help Attorneys Enforce Judgments

Obviously, a judgment is only useful if you are able to enforce it. A Lauth Investigator can help attorneys to identify current assets and uncover efforts to hide or misrepresent them through the transfer to family members, friends or other parties.


5. We Can Connect the Dots

Lauth Investigators can help you to know who is actually sitting on the other side of the table during litigation or a potential business deal. You can gain immeasurable negotiation power by identifying who is actually behind a faceless corporation or tying together undisclosed connections.


6. We Can Generate A Historical Reconstruction/Timeline

A historical reconstruction may be helpful in a number of different areas. Perhaps you need to review the history of a family to locate heirs. It could be a corporate history or a chain of title issue in a real estate matter. Whatever the issue, a Lauth Investigator can help to identify and piece together long lost documents, facts and witnesses.


Aaron Snyder — Research Investigator and Blog Writer — Lauth Investigations International

Meet the Owner of Lauth Investigations International

Meet the Owner of Lauth Investigations International

Meet the Owner of LII. Thomas Lauth is the owner and lead investigator of Lauth Investigations International, Inc. Founded in 1993, Lauth has 20 years of experience in criminal, insurance, personal, corporate, and attorney investigations, to include specializing in missing person and unsolved homicide investigations.

Thomas Lauth, owner of LII

Owner and Criminal Investigator, 1993-Present.Thomas currently serves as a Referral Investigator for various attorneys, defendants, insurance companies and the public in conducting criminal investigations and death investigations within Indiana.

Senior Criminal Investigator, Marion County Public Defender Agency

Conducted detailed criminal investigations for the representation of indigent defendants.

Worked cooperatively with various State and Federal law enforcement agencies such as INTERPOL, FBI, US State Department, various foreign embassies, and parents nationwide on missing person’s cases.

Appointed numerous times by State and Federal Courts to conduct independent investigations of homicides, robbery, and serious felony matters.

Served as both a prosecution and defense witness on numerous missing persons and homicide, both at the Federal and the State levels.

Advisory for the Nation’s Missing Children Organization & National Center for Missing Adults, working with founder Kym L. Pasqualini from 1996-2010. Pasqualini remains an advocate for missing persons and recognized expert in the field.

Continuing to work with with Kym L. Pasqualini, LII also sponsors the Missing Persons Advocacy Network.

For  more information about LII visit www.lauthinveststg.wpengine.com

All of us at LII, are committed to continue to raise awareness of missing persons and provide information to keep families safe.

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