Asset Search & Financial Investigation

Retaining a Licensed Investigator with a Juris Doctor Degree

Asset Search and Financial Investigations are important activities carried out to locate and evaluate a person or entity’s assets, liabilities, and financial transactions. These investigations are commonly undertaken for various reasons, such as legal matters, divorce cases, business transactions, fraud detection, and more.

Hiring licensed investigators with Juris Doctor (JD) degrees can provide a unique advantage due to their legal expertise and knowledge of the law.

Here’s how these investigators can be beneficial in asset search and financial investigations

  1. Legal expertise: The Licensed Investigators with Able Legal Investigations possess JD degrees with a comprehensive understanding of the legal system, including relevant statutes, regulations, and case law. This knowledge helps them navigate complex financial and legal matters, ensuring the investigation is conducted lawfully and ethically.
  2. Access to legal databases: Licensed investigators with JD degrees often have access to specialized legal databases that contain vast amounts of information, including financial records, property ownership, court documents, and other relevant data. This access can significantly enhance the efficiency and accuracy of asset searches.
  3. Analytical skills: JD-degree holders typically possess strong analytical skills honed through their legal education and practice. They can review financial documents, contracts, and other records with a critical eye, identifying potential red flags or discrepancies.
  4. Interview and interrogation techniques: Investigative professionals with JD degrees are trained in interview and interrogation techniques, which can be crucial in obtaining valuable information from witnesses, suspects, or other parties involved in the investigation.
  5. Admissible evidence gathering: Asset searches and financial investigations often aim to collect evidence that may be used in legal proceedings. Licensed investigators with JD degrees understand the rules of evidence, ensuring that any evidence they gather is admissible in court.
  6. Collaboration with legal counsel: If the investigation leads to legal action, having licensed investigators with JD degrees can facilitate seamless communication and collaboration between the investigators and the legal team, ensuring a more cohesive and effective strategy.
  7. Expert testimony: In some cases, investigators may be required to provide expert testimony in court. Professionals with JD degrees are well-versed in courtroom procedures and can present their findings in a clear and persuasive manner.