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Some people will go the extra mile to hide their wealth in the belief that a spouse, creditor or even the courts won't come after them, and if they do, they plead poverty in a deliberate attempt to avoid paying their debts, or try to prevent justice or a fair outcome from being carried out.
There are myriad reasons why people hide assets, but most commonly are:
If you are negotiating a divorce settlement and you believe your spouse is hiding assets, such as money, property, businesses, shares, cars or boats, our investigators can trace them.
It is important to note that during a divorce settlement both parties are required to provide a full financial disclosure. If you do not do so, you also commit a fraud and criminal proceedings can be brought.
Pending or Post Litigation
Someone may hide assets in anticipation of litigation, attempting to deceive and give the impression they have nothing to offer. This can also be the case following a court's award in the creditor's favour.
New business partner
You want to check out the validity of a new business partner prior to a prospective business merger to identify the true worth of the person you are dealing with.
You wish to check that a debtor has the means to pay a debt prior to initiating court action, a pre-sue report will provide you with peace of mind.
Asset Trace Instruction
Complete the Asset Trace Instruction Form and we'll do the rest.