Hudson Intelligence conducts post-judgment asset searches of small businesses, medium-size enterprises and large corporations.
We conduct investigations of business debtors, executives and principals in all 50 states and internationally.
Our investigative experience covers a broad range of industries and commercial activities, from mom-and-pop shops to large corporate conglomerates with offshore accounts and off-balance-sheet entities.
Post-Judgment Asset Searches on Business Debtors
We work with law firms, corporations, creditors and court-appointed receivers to ensure recoverable assets of business debtors are successfully located to facilitate judgment collection.
The focus of a post-judgment business asset search can include the following areas of investigation:
Business Bank Accounts
Company Benefit, Retirement and Profit-Sharing Plans
Verification and Assessment of Active Operations
Identification of Company Principals and Affiliates
Other Tangible Assets: Vehicles, Financed Equipment, Aircraft
Potential Fraudulent Transfers
Securities Filings (Public Stock Offerings and Private Placements)
Corporate Credit Profile (Financing, Bankruptcies, Liens and Judgments)
During an asset investigation of small or midsize businesses, evaluation of the personal financial status of the business owners is often merited. This is particularly true for family businesses and single-member limited liability companies.
Other potential areas of business assets include intangible assets such as service contracts, licensing agreements, patents, trademarks and copyrights.
An asset search can also identify the creation of new affiliates and alter egos, as well as potentially fraudulent transfers of assets to insiders and associates. Obtaining copies of supporting documentation — such as deeds, quitclaims, title history and corporate filings — are an important part of this process.
Consult an Investigator
If you would like to discuss a post-judgment asset search of a business, please complete the form below. You can also speak with an investigator by contacting our offices at 800-580-8755.