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All Investigations are performed by Licensed Investigators and accomplished in compliance with all provisions of the Federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (Public Law 91-508, 15 U.S.C. Section 1681 ET SEQ, 604-615) Consumer Credit Reporting Act (California Civil Code Sec 1785.1-1785.34) and the Graham Leach Biley Act Section 313.15 (a)(2)(ii) and as such the findings are court admissible.
The licensed senior San Diego Family Law investigators of Able Legal Investigations support clients' San Diego family law investigation and litigation needs by locating and interviewing witnesses; surveillance investigations; cheating spouse and matrimonial surveillances; historical and transactional research; performing forensic accounting analysis; collecting and reviewing evidence; preparing thorough, accurate and professionally written court admissible investigative reports; and presenting expert testimony.
Our Family Law Investigative initiatives look for real and personal property, interests in properties and business activities, and other financial and business assets, including bank accounts, safe deposit boxes, stocks, bonds, accounts receivable, royalties, patents, etc.
Additionally, we perform Financial Investigations and asset searches of family members for possible transfers, and corporations associated with the subject and his/her partners.
We identify individuals or entities that can provide leads and directions through a scrutiny of the individual's life style, litigation history and relationships in order to discover hidden assets within the performance of an asset search investigation.
As san diego private investigators we use modern technology and work in the background. Utilizing the services of a San Diego private investigator can be one of the best moves a client can make to help his or her San Diego family court case.
Evidence of misconduct can be obtained via a video surveillance investigation in divorce cases and in child custody cases. This video surveillance investigation can be done in person, or through modern technology via GPS tracking, and can find evidence of things such as: adultery, drug activity, child neglect, and other misconduct.
If you suspect that your spouse may attempt to hide assets and in contemplation of a potential asset search investigation, it's best to start investigating your household and business finances before initiating divorce proceedings. Keep copies of important documents (such as tax returns, bank account statements, and pay stubs) outside the home if you're still living with your spouse or partner.
Common ways in which a spouse may undervalue or disguise marital assets include:
In addition, business owners may try to hide assets in these ways:
Ultimately, and as stated previously, an in depth Financial Investigation consisting of asset searches, providing evidence in the form of hidden bank and brokerage accounts may be of benefit and as such Able Legal Investigations maintains the ability to effectively perform such initiatives.
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