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Trying to collect a judgment but you donít know what they have to take?

Our Asset Searches will get you the information you need to turn that judgment into cash.



Asset Search

picture of a houseIf you have a civil judgment from a law suit or are thinking about filing a civil law suit but are unsure if the defendant is collectable, A.S.G. is here to help you find assets, even hidden assets including property, vehicles, employment, bank accounts, business ownership and more, and give you the information needed to collect on that judgment.

vehicle ownershipOur asset search products are designed to locate assets and give you the information you need for judgment collection or asset recovery, without wasting your money on information that you likely already know or could find for free on the internet. We are NOT an information broker reselling asset information found in simple public record database. We are the choice for those who need to know the truth before they waste valuable time and money chasing an uncollectible debtor. We are licensed private detectives based in Michigan who investigate your case: You

Who hires us?...

collect money judgement...collection agencies, debt collectors, asset recovery specialists, attorneys and individuals looking to collect judgments against individuals and businesses. Our clients cannot afford to purchase outdated or inaccurate information when trying to locate assets and collect judgments. Can you?

A.S.G. is based in Michigan but offers our asset search and debt collection products nationwide. Although we are most familiar with civil procedure in Michigan, all states have some form of post-judgment enforcement procedures to follow to collect the money for you. The only problem with our nation’s court system is that it is not designed to act as a detective agency to tell you where to collect. In most states, the court does the best it can with the tools it has and if the type of information we at A.S.G. can locate for you is presented to them, they will act on it to collect your judgment.

Some typical scenarios:

“Very often, exposing the judgment-debtor’s nefarious schemes brings him to his/her knees, obviating the need to return to court”.

The judgment-debtor has no bank account, automobile, or other tangible assets in his/her name, so there is seemingly nothing to attach to collect the judgment.

But there are ways to indirectly reach the judgment-debtor’s assets and income. For instance, if the judgment-debtor runs a business, that business is usually an excellent place to start looking. The judgment-debtor may be using the company to pay all of his/her personal expenses, rendering the company the judgment-debtor’s "alter ego".

If the judgment-debtor’s household expenses are routinely paid by a friend, scrutinizing that friend’s finances can often shed light on the judgment debtor’s assets or income.

And if the judgment-debtor’s personal expenses are paid through an account held in the name of the judgment-debtor’s spouse, the spouse may be conspiring with the judgment-debtor to defraud the latter’s creditors, making the spouse potentially liable to pay the judgment.

With the massive numbers of changes in both state and federal privacy laws over the past five years, many of the tools private investigators once had have disappeared. To maintain compliance with these relatively new laws, even for judgment collection we cannot and will not search for bank account or other financial institution accounts.

Important Information about Investigations:

Although we are among the best in the industry at what we do and are recognized experts in court, we are not magicians. We cannot make things exist that donít. We cannot find out the employer of an unemployed person. We cannot always find everything our clients would like within a limited scope job.

Accordingly, we do no guarantee any outcome on any case.

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