How to Conduct an Asset Search
If you are filing for divorce or considering marriage, entering into a business partnership or are otherwise pursuing legal action against another individual or business, conducting an asset search is the best way to discover how truthful the person has been with you about their holdings. Conducting such a search on your own would require considerable time and even money visiting multiple different public offices and other sources, paying required search and document fees.
In order to ensure you have a clear picture of the assets owned by a person or business of interest, you need access to the following:
The sum of this available information can help determine if someone has hidden assets in a relative's name or created a business in order to shelter them. You may also determine if there are already existing liens or judgments against a person or business, coming to your own conclusions about their level of financial stability. Using a combination of private and public databases utilized by eVerify, you can gain access to more available information regarding assets owned by your search subject.