All Tech Investigations

All Tech Investigations LLC 

734 County Road 171 W

Kilgore, Texas 75662 

Phone: 903-987-9775

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Asset Searches

Trying to collect a judgment but you don’t know what they have to take or are they trying to hide their assets from a divorce settlement?

Our asset searches will get you the information you need to turn that judgment into cash.

If 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 collectible, All Tech Investigations 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.

Who hires us?…

…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  Our clients cannot afford to purchase outdated or inaccurate information when trying to locate assets and collect judgments. 

Assets can be held in many different ways making even the average asset search a complicated process. Frequently when someone is actively hiding their assets to avoid the reach of a debtor, ex-wife or the like, they utilize things like shell corporations, relative and trusts to hold legal ownership of the assets. These efforts accomplish their task and make finding any assets considerably more difficult.  Effectively, a search for one individual’s assets leads to searching for assets held in many places.  Like with any investigation, the more places we have to search, the greater the cost.

Aside from how the assets are held, they come in many forms.  Cash is the impossible thing to locate and attach to an owner.  Physical assets like vehicles, water craft, airplanes, buildings are titled to some person or entity making ownership relatively easy to determine once the asset is located.  Ownership of a business is much the same way.  Bank accounts, investment accounts and the like are also registered to a person or business, but are much harder to locate because the owners identity is intentionally designed to be kept private by the financial institution.  It is also important to know that our firm does not attempt to obtain tax information or filings and such activity is illegal.

To help make the search criteria easier for our clients, we have developed several “packages” of asset searches. These searches are designed to offer you various levels of depth in your searches without having to over spend.

Please note that most of these searches are focused on records in one particular state.  Accordingly, some types of records are not available in certain states and the packages may differ slightly depending on local limitations to information.

Some of the commonly encountered assets that we are able to search for include:

Residence History Search

Area Demographics

Aliases / DOB and Other Names Used

Federal Litigation Search

Motor Vehicle Ownership

Watercraft Ownership

Aircraft Ownership Search

Real Property Ownership Search

Corporation Ownership Search

Judgment and Lien Search

DBA and Assumed Name Search

Bankruptcy Search

Criminal History Search

Incarceration History Search

Employment Search

UCC Filings

Litigation Search in the most relevant County or Circuit Court

Litigation Search in the most relevant Municipal Court

US Dept of Corrections Search

Professional Licenses Search

Internet Domain Ownership Search

Of course clients are always interested in locating bank and investment accounts held at private financial institutions.  Although there are various ways to search for such accounts, there are limitations to how we can search.  Further, these limitations prevent us from guaranteeing that we will find any or all financial accounts during our search.  Our searches are limited to inquiries of public records, creditor information, insurance records, UCC filings, trash inspections, surveillance, databases, vendor records and payments, third party information, applications and foreign sources.