Uncovering Debtor Assets
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When it comes to the personal or corporate crises in your life, you need the best intelligence on your side to help you make crucial decisions. In order to see the full picture of an individual’s assets, you have to initiate a comprehensive asset location investigation. Asset location can be tricky if you don’t have the right investigative tools at your disposal. That’s why a private investigator can be the ideal professional to give you the full picture of someone’s assets.
When engaging in an asset location investigation, make sure you have the Lauth brand of due-diligence on your side. We have a dedicated team of researchers who scour open source intelligence and verified databases Our investigators are comprised of former military and law enforcement who have diverse experience in fact-finding through verified databases. Let us find answers for you today.
Our services apply to many different asset location situations, including but not limited to:
- Capital gain
- Tax evasion
- Retirement account
- Qualified dividends
- Traditional IRA
- Municipal bonds
- Tax shelters
- Stock funds
How Lauth can help you uncover debtor assets.
Lauth uses the latest in surveillance technology to expose the unseen factors within any workplace. Our investigators have a wealth of experience in uncovering debtor assets through due-diligence and proven methodology.
Lauth uses verified databases to secure a comprehensive background report on the relevant Subjects in asset searches. Our investigators are trained to view a person’s criminal, financial, address, and litigation history to identify significant risk factors and provide expert recommendations for our clients and their businesses.
Our independence and objectivity can provide another layer of integrity to your case. Lauth’s investigators are comprised of former military and law enforcement with diverse exerpience in legal proceedings and providing testimony on behalf of our clients.
Why choose Lauth?
Asset location is one of our specialties, to the point where it is its own branch of our corporate tree. In addition to our investigation and missing person branches of Lauth Investigations International, we have an arm of the business called the Return Assets Division. The Return Assets Division is dedicated to using our asset location services to put unclaimed money or assets back in the hands of their rightful owners. For example, imagine that a person leaving a job—for whatever reason—did not pick up their last paycheck. That money sits with the employer for a period of time before it is turned back over to the state in which the business is located. That money still belongs to the former employee. That is where our Return Assets Division comes in. We employ diligent claim researchers who know how to navigate open-source intelligence databases and secure verified databases in order to document a chain of possession that puts the money back in the hands of its rightful owner. That’s why Lauth is the ideal private investigation firm to assist you with your asset location investigation. The Return Assets Division of Lauth Investigations team is dedicated to returning unrecovered assets. Our extensive worldwide research capabilities ensure the certification of ownership for families, corporations, heirs, and lawyers is an effective and efficient experience.
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