Why Attorney’s Need the Asset Search
Paul Marcus, Private Investigator
31 March 2017
“An asset search will give you details on how many accounts a person holds, even the ones their family doesn’t know about.”
In my last post, we talked about situations in which a CEO would utilize investigative services. Today, we’ll turn our attention to attorneys—another profession that can benefit from the use of a detailed asset search.
Let’s imagine you’re working on a divorce case. You’re trying to get as much as possible to support the now-single mom and her kids, but Shifty Husband Extraordinaire has been hiding his money over the years in various accounts his wife knows nothing about—almost as if he was preparing for this day, eh?
Not sure if an Asset Search would be of any use?
Let’s see if we can change your mind.
Anyway, you can’t possibly find these assets without an appropriate search. If you don’t figure out the truth, you run the risk of leaving Mom and the kids on the street outside the courthouse with nothing more than shell-shock.
This is any attorney’s nightmare. Let’s turn it around.
If this is starting to sound like CIA intelligence, you’re probably getting a glimpse of just how cool investigations work is.
Marcus Background investigations has the tools you need to find your way out of a tangled mess like the one described above. Don’t let yourself be taken advantage of because you haven’t run the right searches.
That’s one disaster you can easily prevent.