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California licensed investigator – Asset Search

Asset Search

What is an Asset Search?

Understanding the reasons behind and the uses of conducting an asset search is simple. Most of the time, an asset search that is conducted by a California licensed investigator to satisfy due diligence, collect debts owed, hire employees, authenticate financial documents during child support or divorce proceedings, or even to resolve personal injury cases. In short, an asset search provided by a California licensed investigator will uncover any value and/or liability as it is related to a piece of property.

If someone owes you money or if you are missing one of your assets for whatever reason, a reputable California licensed investigator is there to help. Asset searches are important because they allow you to retain the inherent value of the item in question. In other words, asset searches ensure that the party in possession of or borrowing your assets has the ability to pay you in full. Asset investigations are commonplace, and can help individuals as well as companies. Typical asset search investigations can include searches of the following:

  • Aircraft
  • Autos
  • Mobile homes
  • Bank accounts
  • Board of Equalizations
  • Brokerage accounts
  • Business affiliations
  • Business equipment
  • Credit reports
  • Employment/income records
  • Financial research index
  • Insurance policies and limits
  • Mutual funds
  • International assets
  • Hidden assets
  • Intellectual property
  • Licensed
  • Stocks and bonds
  • Trust accounts
  • Real estate
  • Personal property
  • Safe deposit boxes
  • Inspections on-site
  • UCC filings
  • Unclaimed assets
  • Watercraft

What Happens During an Asset Investigation?

Depending on the facts surrounding the case, each asset investigation will be completed differently. However, a California licensed investigator will always focus on putting together the pieces of the puzzle so you don’t have to do it on your own. A basic background check is typically provided, and more detailed financial checks or surveillance are common as well. Put simply, during a routine asset investigation it is determined exactly what kinds of valuable assets a person or entity has, and it is then discovered just how likely you will be to recover your losses in court.

Why Is a California licensed investigator Needed?

While the internet is replete with websites claiming to provide citizens with the best information on an individual or business, only a California licensed investigator can find the facts. An asset search can help you to determine whether or not an asset it secure, providing you with protection prior to doing business. It also helps to find justice when you are owed money. But without the help of a California licensed investigator, it may be impossible to find all the information needed to do any of this.

Only a California licensed investigator has the right and ability to determine whether an individual or business is providing false information. Fictitious names, hidden assets, numerous judgments, negative track records, and/or fraud can be discovered this way. The information gathered using the help of a California licensed investigator can assist you in court, and can help you to proceed with your day-to-day business as you see fit.

Different Types of Asset Investigation Provided by a California licensed investigator

In general, there are two different types of asset search provided to clients by a California licensed investigator. They are: Corporate Asset Searches and Individual Asset Searches. Take a moment to explore what each of these covers by taking a look at the list below:


  • Current location and/or contact information
  • Real estate, mortgages, and deeds
  • Corporate filings
  • Bankruptcies and judgments
  • State and Federal taxes
  • Dunn and Bradstreet account records
  • Registration information on vehicles
  • UCC (Uniform Commercial Code) filings
  • IRS 500 employee benefit data


  • Real estate, deeds, and mortgages,
  • Motor vehicle, watercraft, and aircraft liens and/or registrations
  • Criminal records
  • Judgments and bankruptcies
  • State and Federal taxes
  • UCC (Uniform Commercial Code) filings
  • A.K.A.s (Also Known As) or D.B.A.s (Doing Business As)

For more information on asset investigations, or to hire a California licensed investigator immediately, call 844-663-4631. We provide you with a free initial consultation and price quote for our services.

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