Hidden Asset Investigation
Winning a court judgment against someone who has defrauded you is only a portion of the battle. Many defendants on the losing side of civil judgments will falsely claim to the court that the do not have the financial resources to repay your financial loss. Our private detectives located throughout Arizona know that In order to obtain any benefit from your victory you must find the individuals true financial assets and then move quickly to lock them down in favor of your pending judgment. Our private detective knows many of the tricks used by defendants to hide assets from their victims and we know how to find them for you.
People who win civil judgments in court often face additional challenges in actually collecting that money. Their debtor might try to escape paying his or her debt by moving, changing addresses and phone numbers, quitting his or her job, or telling the court that he or she does not have the funds available to pay the amount owed. Before judges let people off the hook for paying their judgments, they and the creditor may want to find out for sure if the debtor is telling the truth. When a person suspects that a debtor may be lying about his or her financial circumstances, Veritas can uncover the truth.
This company can look into debtors’ assets and earnings to discover how much they earn, what kinds of money they actually have access to, and whether or not their debts exceed what they are able to pay back to creditors. When people lie about their financial circumstances, they often think they can get away with no paying their obligations. However, Veritas can find out people’s actual financial circumstances and report back to the creditors and the court to help people collect what is owed to them. Their staff has the knowledge to navigate the legal process of uncovering these details. They take their duty seriously to help creditors recoup money that otherwise might have escaped their collection. With the information gathered by this company, people can then present it to the judge and ask that the court put liens and garnishments on debtors’ assets and earnings.