Asset Search: Trust Fund Accounts
Asset Search – Trust Fund Accounts
If you are in the process of doing an asset check after obtaining a judgment, about to obtain a judgment, considering collection efforts, looking for hidden assets, or trying to verify and find assets, then you know that locating and finding valuable personal or business property, like a Trust Fund account, can be difficult, expensive and time consuming.
An asset search conducted by our skilled and seasoned network licensed private investigators and private detectives can be used to identify and claim assets like Trust Fund accounts, to satisfy a judgment, locate hidden assets or to verify if a particular asset truly exists. We can locate Trust Fund accounts owned by the subject of your investigation, within the laws affecting Trust Fund account privacy. We can verify Trust Fund accounts by the Trust Fund’s location, address, state and telephone number, and verify last known Trust Fund balance and transfer amount for emptied accounts.
Our skilled private investigators and private detectives can also identify and locate related Trust Fund accounts – for example, those accounts held in the name of a business related to an individual person who is the subject of our investigation. We can verify any liens affecting the transferability of Trust Fund account balances, and determine account history if available through the Trust Fund maintaining the account.
Our asset searches comply with applicable federal laws, including (1) the Drivers Protection Privacy Act (18 U.S.C. §§ 2721-et seq.), which limits state DMV’s from releasing information, with certain exceptions; (2) the Fair Credit Reporting Act (15 U.S.C. §§ 1681-et seq.), which limits businesses from releasing consumer information, with certain exceptions; and (3) The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (15 U.S.C. §§ 6801-6809, which limits businesses from using consumer information, with certain exceptions.
Our Trust Fund account information is sufficient to support a subpoena or court-ordered production of records, for the records of a particular Trust Fund account. Your attorney can contact us for support and questions regarding the drafting of such a subpoena or post-judgment court-ordered judgment debtor production of documents.
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