RMRI, LLC has a plethora of tools that allow us to delve deeply into the finances of a person, business, or organization. Our financial investigators can provide results that will dramatically tip the scales in your favor when it comes to any number of criminal or civil matters.
A Financial Investigation means delving into the assets, debts, and overall financial history, activities, and position of an individual, business, or organization. An investigator with specialized training in financial investigations utilizes their access to specialized financial databases and connections to retrieve and compile pertinent information on the specified target. These investigations can involve retrieving specific information such as bank accounts, transaction histories, holdings, filings, income, business revenue, motor vehicles, boats, real property, liens, judgments, debts, and many other records related to the financial standings of the party in question, depending on the circumstances. Reports related to the financial holdings and history of the party in question are provided to the client.
Parties Involved in Civil Litigation hire private detectives to collect financial information on the opposing parties in lawsuits, personal injury claims, and other forms of civil actions. Those who have already received a judgement in their favor can use these services to locate assets that can then be recovered to satisfy that judgment.
Divorcés, Divorcées, and Parents Involved in Custodial Disputes utilize Private Investigators to conduct Financial Investigations as a way of uncovering financial information about the opposing party in a divorce. This information can then be used to provide leverage in court hearings, mediation sessions, and other negotiation-related settings.
Landlords commonly hire Private Investigators to look into the finances of prospective tenants, tenants in default that they are considering legal action against, or former tenants against whom they have received judgments. Whether you’re a potential plaintiff doing groundwork for a potential civil suite or family court matter, or a defendant looking for information to assist you against an adversarial party, a Financial Investigation is imperative toward crafting your legal strategy.
The PI working the case will also be available to consult with attorneys, accountants, and financial advisers regarding the results of these investigations. Once the client is satisfied other services may be helpful, including Judgment Recovery operations designed to collect assets that have been located.
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