Asset Search and Locate Investigations

Does anyone owe you money? Are you in a business transaction where someone may owe you money soon? Asset searches make sure the borrowing party has the necessary assets to ensure you will be paid in full. Asset investigations occur daily to help individuals and companies satisfy their due diligence, settle personal injury cases, collect debt, hire the right employee, and verify financial statements during a divorce or child support case.

An asset search is one of the most specialized investigative services we offer which requires extensive experience, knowledge and resources. At Olympic Tactical & Investigations, LLC – we know that it’s not just about plugging in information into databases and handing over results. A successful asset search and investigation takes considerably more effort.

Common Reasons for Asset Checks:

  • Personal Injury Cases
  • Motor Vehicle Cases
  • Business Due Diligence Compliance
  • Collection of Debt Matters
  • Colleting Unpaid Child Support
  • Divorce Cases

Asset investigations (a.k.a. Asset Search, Asset Check) involve a nationwide search of public records to locate personal property or real estate held by a person or corporate entity. These searches will uncover value and any potential liabilities that may be tied to the property.

Some of these particular searches are considered to be a Liquid Asset Search and are subject to certain restrictions under applicable Federal Law.  We require certification of acceptable permissible purpose to conduct this search.  Some Special Requirements will pertain to Liquid Asset Searches.

Olympic Tactical & Investigations licensed investigators can find out whether a business or person is using a fictitious business name, is using fraud, is hiding assets, or has multiple judgments or a track record of fraud against them. Knowing this can not only help you in court, but can also give you the information and facts that you need to do everyday business.

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