Professional Investigation & Litigation Support Services


Asset & Background Investigation

Banking Accounts, investment Accounts, Wage Earnings & Businesses, Real & Mobile Property Ownership, Public Filings and Other Research

Ruffo EspinosaAsset evaluations can assist you determine the assets of an individual or company for judgment recovery and collection purposes or to provide you with a financial profile of the litigant. Investigations may include determining some or all of the following types of assets:

Banking Accounts
We can usually locate all savings, checking, money market and safe deposit accounts in the U.S. and off-shore

Investment Accounts
We can usually locate all brokerage, mutual funds, stocks bonds including on-line trading and Ameritrade types.

Wage Earnings and Businesses
We can determine earnings from litigants current employer or most recent place of employment. As well as determine a litigant’s business ownership, LLC, accociations, DBA and incorporations.

Real Property Ownership
We can locate all real estate, vacant land, primary residence, rental properties, mobile home and fixed trailer.

Mobile Property Ownership
We can locate all vehicles, boats, aircraft, motorcycles, RV, trailers, and commercial vehicles.

Public Filings
We also determine the litigant’s financial status by evaluating all UCC filings, Liens, Notice of Default, as well as any Bankruptcies.

Other Research
We also perform full background research in order to provide you with a comprehensive profile of a litigant or prospective employee. Background research can range from civil and criminal records to residential, family, business and associate history.

The Gramm Leach Bliley Act

This act requires that all financial investigations into bank accounts and broker account searches have a permissible purpose. Therefore, our firm requires the requesting party to have a valid need for this type of information. Each assignment must be documented and signed, providing copies of an original judgment, child support or court documents, along with the debtor’s name, last known address and social security number. In matrimonial and estate cases we must obtain the permission of a spouse or the executor of the estate. All investigations must be paid in full prior to the commencement of an assignment .